Former managers for Kwadwo Nkanash popularly known as Lilwin and famous ‘One Corner’ hitmaker Patapaa Amisty have finally resolved their impasse after series of media war over the original owner of the song.
Zack GH formerly of Lilwin’s camp and Godfred Bokpin who used to manage Ghana’s ‘miraculous’ star Patapaa were brought together in Kumasi over the weekend after a studio discussion on Metro Fm.
There was drama after the Host of Metro Entertainment Extra, Tony Montana invited the two unknowingly for a discussion after which he asked them to end their feud.
Godfred Bokpin who had come all the way from Accra at the initial stage of the negotiation was a bit furious and did not understand why the host had invited him all the way from the capital just to be told he has to make peace with Zack GH.
It was almost the same with Lilwin’s former manager Zack GH who was reluctant to the peace agreement.
The peace process took almost an hour for them to forgive each other especially Godfred who thought Zack GH disrespected him first before his retaliation.
They all later realized the boys they fought for were no more with them, therefore, there was no need to keep grudges and had to allow peace prevail
The whole heated argument started after Godfred accused Lilwin of stealing his boy Patapaa Amisty’s song following their refusal to collaborate with him.
But Patapaa later revealed that he called Lilwin’s manager and was told the artiste had already recorded a song titled “Two Corners” similar to his “One Corner” hit.
Godfred later threatened to sue Lilwin and his manager Zack GH should they release the song which heightened the divisions between them.
Both have ceased managing the artistes they worked for with Godfred out with new artiste Kwame Nkansh whiles Zack Gh is also working hard on his music career with new songs.