Rockstar, Kuami Eugene is the latest to take a swipe at the four young men who are impersonating him and his colleague musicians on social media.
Kuami Eugene took to his social media page to send a quick message to his lookalikes. According to the Cryptocurrency hitmaker, he has changed his hairstyle and he’s inquiring to know if his lookalike will also follow suit.
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Tagged the 4 Kings, the group have been allegedly imitating the style and mannerisms of celebrities and even performing their songs in public.
While impersonating a celebrity or popular figure may be considered a harmless gesture as has been the case all over the world, it can also have serious consequences for artists who rely on their image and brand to build a successful career.
According to a legal expert, celebrity impersonators can also damage an artist’s reputation by giving subpar performances or engaging in inappropriate behavior, but they can also infringe on the artist’s intellectual property rights by using their image or music without permission.
A celebrity can also sue a lookalike for impersonating them which could lead to 20 years in prison.