Kcee accuses Harrysong of defrauding clients using forged signature

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Kcee (left) Harrysong (right)

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Nigerian singer and co-founder of Five Star Music, Kingsley Okonkwo, popularly known as Kcee has accused his former signee Harrysong of forging his signature to collect money from clients.

This is coming weeks after Harrysong called out the 5 star records label managed by Kcee and his brother E-money for withholding his royalties.

The singer left Five Star Music — owned by Emeka Okonkwo, a businessman who happens to be the brother of Kcee — in 2016.

Harrysong said he refused to renew his contract because of a need to “grow” in the music industry.

Five Star Music, however, accused the singer of breaching his 3-year contract. The label said he was meant to release three albums, but he never came through on his end of the agreement.

Both parties have since been on a warpath, leading to Harrysong being arrested twice.

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But in a recent post via X, Harrysong alleged that Kcee has been collecting all royalties from his hit songs for seven years.

The ‘Reggae Blues’ hitmaker also pleaded with Kcee, who he referred to as a “bully,” to grant him “some percentage of my royalties”.

Reacting to him in his latest interview on ‘The Afrobeat Podcast’, Kcee explained that Harrysong has a criminal case of forging him and his brother’s signature to collect money from their clients.

“For me Harrysong has a five year contract with 5 star records, and is still running as we speak. But he has a criminal case of forging my signature and my brother’s signature that’s still pending.”

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