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“There Are People Who Have Not Heard My Song And This Lookalike Has Made Them Hear About Me” – Fameye Praises His Lookalike

Ghanaian musician, Fameye has waded into the latest online controversy over celebrity doppelgängers and impostors.

In recent times, lookalikes of Ghanaian musicians including  Kuami Eugene, King Promise, Mr Drew, and Medikal have drawn attention to themselves after they were spotted at events and on media platforms impersonating their original celebrities.

While some artistes such as Shatta Wale and Medikal have argued that these doppelgängers are poising a nuisance to their brand and craft, Fameye believes otherwise.

The “Nothing I Get” hitmaker shared his opinion when he appeared as a guest on the prime morning breakfast show, TV3 New Day.

“Mine wasn’t a warning. I saw the video and I think he kinda looks like Fameye and it’s okay.

There are a lot of people that look alike in the world. Let me speak for myself and my brand. There are people who have not heard my song and this lookalike has made them hear about me,” he pointed out

Fameye, 28, went on to explain that he has no ill will towards the lookalike, who he sees as a harmless and well-intentioned fan.

“I actually went on his page on Tiktok and I realized he actually has a couple of videos of me in a duet. So every song I have that is not even loud he knows the song so in a way he also pushing my music and the Fameye brand,” he indicated.

He however cautioned him via DM to desist from using his image or brand for illegal activities.

“Just make sure you don’t do anything illegal because when I find you playing shows or taking money from people now that’s going to be a problem but in as much as I said this I don’t need to wait for it to happen before I go in and speak. He should just have fun,” he hammered.

According to a legal expert, a celebrity can also sue a lookalike for impersonating them which could lead to a 20 years prison term.

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