Lilwin Vs Patapaa Saga Is A Clear Case of Bad Management, Forgive Him – Papa Loggy

Papa Loggy, CEO of Loggy Entertainment and former manager of Ghanaian comic actor/musician Kwadwo Nkandah Lilwin has asked Ghanaians to forgive the actor over recent allegations of “theft” and condemnation by the public in relation to hit single, One Corner originally written and performed by Swedru based artist Patapaa.

According to Pappy Logy, Lilwin is a good person who would not want to take advantage of anyone for any reason.

“I’m only asking Ghanaians to forgive Lilwin because he is not that individual who would want to take advantage of people like that. I think the management either did not put in the right measures or communicated wrongly.”

Asked if his utterance about Lilwin’s management was not out of sour grapes since things didn’t work between them previously, Pappy Loggy revealed to Ghana’s Hub For Pop Culture & Urban Entertainment News – that there was nothing to be bitter about since he left the team at his own conviction.

“I terminated my contract with them simply because the team lacked it for me. You need a group of people who understand and share in your vision to make it work but the people around him were not ready for the paradigm shift hence my decision to resign.”

Pappy Loggy is of the conviction that Lilwin will rise from the negative press and condemnation to make Ghanaians proud of him again.

Recently, Patapaa in various radio interviews accused Lilwin of attempting to rip him off the successes of his song One Corner by recording a similar song.

According to him, Lilwin and his manager approached him for a collaboration after his song came out. However, the terms  proposed were not favourable hence his management turning them down and Lilwin’s decision to release his own version.

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