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Obrafour Missed An Opportunity To Have A Business Relationship With Drake – Arnold Baidoo



According to the popular entertainment journalist, Obrafour missed a glorious opportunity to establish a business relationship with American superstar, Drake by failing to respond to emails sent by the Canadian rappers representative when they reached out to him to sample his song ‘Oye Ohene’ which featured Tinny.

Arnold Asamoah Baidoo made this thoughtful disclosure when he punched holes into Obrafour’s lawsuit against Drake.

Touching on the recent issue, he explained how the legendary Ghanaian rapper could have benefited immensely from a collaboration with Drake on his song “Calling My Name” off his 2022 album titled “Honestly Never Mind”.

The iconic entertainment pundit posited that Obrafour might not cash out from his 10 million dollar suit against the Canadian rapper over the wrongful use of his song hence he believes he could have engaged Drake one-on-one and settled the issue behind close doors.

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