Musician Krymi has revealed that he was emotionally affected after his issues with Kurl Songz on song theft allegations.
Speaking in an interview with Doreen Avio on Let’s Talk Showbiz on JoyNews, he said untangling himself from the mess was tough for him.
“I am very emotional. During that time, I went through a lot of emotional setbacks. It affected me in a way that coming out of it was tough.
“I am reserved when it comes to those things like fighting and all those things. So, I felt bad. I felt whether, do I have to retaliate, do I have to fight back?” He said.
Kurl Songx in 2020 had accused his former label mates Krymi and Mr. Drew of stealing his song ‘Dw3’.
The ‘Jennifer Lomotey’ hitmaker singer had claimed their former boss and owner of Highly Spiritual Music, Kaywa, gave the song to them.
This brought arguments between Kurl Songz, Mr. Drew, and Krymi.
According to Krymi, he was advised not to indulge in a public banter with Kurl Songx.
“All Kaywa said was Krymi, Don’t talk, don’t react, keep quiet. Whatever people are saying, let them say it,” he recounted
Krymi added that although the issue had caused some friction, there is no bad blood between him and Kurl Songx.
“I saw Kurl Songx at a program, we shook hands and we are cool. We don’t talk for long talk,” he said.
Krymi just released a new song titled ‘Party Gbee’ which features King Magaa and Kofi Mole.