Kenyan Singer Gin Ideal Accuses Bebe Cool Of Plagiarising the song “Dede” from her song “Rede”

Kenyan Singer Gin Ideal Accuses Bebe Cool Of Plagiarising the song “Dede” from her song “Rede”:
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Over the years we’ve seen works of plagiarism in Bobi Wine’s abalungi balumya, Goodlyfe’s bread and butter, Ray’s Kasenyaku and Ragga Dee’s Swititi among others.
Latest information indicates that the Gagamel boss Bebe Cool has also been accused by fast-rising Kenyan female artiste, Gin Ideal for ‘stealing’ her song.
She rose to fame with her ‘Rede’ song and after the original song made a piercing impression to her fans, Ideal wanted to make a remix of the song.
The Rede hit maker did a remix of the original with Kenya’s dance hall artiste Wyre and before it was released, Gin Ideal had first settled for Uganda’s Bebe Cool.
The female star explained that she sent the original to Bebe Cool and instead of putting his words to add to the remix, Bebe Cool went on to copy and paste her song and came out with another song called Dede, with the same melody.
“In the beginning we had settled on Bebe Cool and then he went ahead and took my chorus and did a song called Dede,” she said.