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Harrysong forged my signature to defraud my client” – KCee opens up on beef with artist



Popular Nigerian singer, Kingsley Okonkwo, popularly known as Kcee, has disclosed that Harrysong had allegedly, and without his knowledge, forged his signature in order to swindle a client.


KCee said in a Beat 99.9 FM interview that former label artist, Harrysong stole over N3 million from the client without getting permission


KCee said that while he wasn’t trying to follow in his footsteps, he was discouraged by Harrysong’s effort to discredit him by saying he wrote all of his songs and citing the fact that KCee was already well-known before he signed Harrysong.


Kcee said that Harrysong had deceived a client out of about N3 million by forging his and his brother’s signatures. He said he could restart the case and that it was still under investigation by the police.


Ayo Animashaun and Daddy Showkey, who tried to mediate between the two sides and were offended by Harrysong’s acts, were named as additional witnesses.


In his words;


“This is like 8 years or 7 years we went our separate ways but he keeps coming back every year with one thing or the other. I think this year, I told myself I wasn’t going to take that anymore because I have been keeping quiet and I didn’t want to address it. But most people didn’t know what happened between me and him. I have witnesses like Ayo Animashaun and Daddy Showkey, they tried to put us together and they heard about what happened and people were angry with him. I never came out.


Nobody knew he had to forge signatures of me and my brother, with his former manager to take money from one of our clients about N3.something millions, which is in the police right now. If I want to wake up that case tomorrow, I will wake it up. He even has a contract running, 5 years and he went out calling him out saying he wrote my songs.


When I won Star Quest, he was in the village, still fishing with his grandmother and I did four albums, 3 with Kennis Music. I was a superstar already, coming out to discredit me at some point because I gave you an umbrella to shine was nothing to write home about.”