Highlife musician Emmanuel Baffoe Anokye better known as Anokye Supremo passed away after he successfully undergone a surgery to remove a tumor in his brain last month in India.
After Supremo’s death, many Ghanaians have been pointing suggestive fingers at his look-alike, Daddy Lumba, that he has a hand in his death due to an unrest between them.
Great Ampong and one gospel musician Nana Osei Bonsu Hoahi have joined the many Ghanaians accusing the legendary Highlife musician Daddy Lumba of killing Supremo.
In an audio making rounds on freeware and cross-platform messaging platform, WhatsApp, Great Ampong and Nana Osei were discussing another gospel musician Nicholas Omane Acheampong, on phone where the latter was advising the former to be careful of Omane Achaempong, because he has an evil mentality.
Nana Osei compared Omane Acheampong to Daddy Lumba and stated without mincing words that Daddy Lumba is a very wicked person who uses voodoo on people he hates just like Omane Acheampong.
He further lauded Ampong for discontinuing his feud with Daddy Lumba claiming he would have been killed by now like how he (Daddy Lumba) killed Anokye Supremo.
Ampong contributing to the subject of discussion noted that he knows Daddy Lumba killed Supremo and he even told Asempa FM in an interview that Daddy Lumba worked Supremo with Juju.
Isaiah Kwadwo Ampong popularly known as Great Ampong until sometime now was upset with highlife veteran, Charles Kojo Fosu, known in showbiz as Daddy Lumba over an alleged GH¢340,000.00 album launch proceeds which the later pocketed.
The two artistes, (Daddy Lumba and Kwadwo Ampong) formed a group called Kojo Kojo to release hit single, “Hossana” in 2015.
According to Bandex, manager of Great Ampong, the two musicians agreed to share the money they will get from the launch of the song.
He added that the management of Lumba took away the money they got from the launch of the song immediately after the event when Ampong was taking pictures with his fans without his knowledge.
Ampong literally fought Lumba for years demanding for his share of the proceeds from the album launch but prove futile and he gave up.
Listen to the conversation below