Kwame A-Plus Fights And Wins Bosom P-Jung’s Copyright Infringements Against ABSA/Barclays Bank

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Kwame A-Plus demands nothing from Bosom P-Jung after fighting and winning his copyright fight for him.

Controversial politician and singer, Kwame A-Plus is practicing a rare act of kindness for rising raper, Bosom P-Jung after his intellectual property was used by Liwin in his video to advertise for ABSA / Barclays bank.

The new update on comic character, Nkansah Liwin song theft for clout has shown Kwame A-Plus and Bosom P-Jung at the premise of ABSA bank to fight for copyright infringement that they’ve been found guilty of.

According to Kwame A-Plus, any benefits that Bosom P-Jung will gain is none of his business as he has promised not to take a penny from the rapper in their fight for his property.

This is what A-Plus said this morning concerning their visit at ABSA bank (see screenshot) below:

Kwame A-Plus exposed greedy Kwadwo Nkansah Liwin for cheating on Bosom P-Jung.

Comic actor and musician, Kwadwo Nkansah Liwin has been again accused of cheating and this time is on young rapper, Bosom P-Jung, by using his viral song to advertise for Barclays Bank.

Using the intellectual property of someone without their permission is called theft and that is what Nkansah Liwin was found guilty of.

He used rising rapper, Bosom P-Jung’s ‘Attaa Adwoa’ song in a new video which he mimicked the exact gestures of the rapper to advertise for a brand, ABSA.

ABSA is a South African corporation that will take over Barclays Bank and that will shortly be changing its name to ABSA Bank.

Liwin’s video suggested that the bank has contacted him to be its brand ambassador as a logo of the brand was placed in his video.

Controversial politician and singer Kwame A-Plus has called out the bank and the Kumawood actor for their unlawful act in a lengthy explanation with the video.

In a press statement released by ABSA/Barclays Bank, they described Nkansah Liwin’s act as an “unauthorized use of ABSA logo”.