Fameye and Ogidi Brown are at loggerheads barely a week after their contract termination. Ogidi Brown has sent a strong warning to Fameye, telling him not to lay claim to any song or video produced under OGB music.
On 19th July 2021, Fameye and his new record label, Fameye music released an official statement about contract termination between Fameye and Ogidi Brown’s OGB music.
According to the statement, both parties have made a mutual agreement and have decided to part ways. The statement also stated that, Fameye and Ogidi Brown will continue to support each other in their various ventures.
Today a post seen on Ogidi Brown’s Facebook page says otherwise. This new action was caused by a YouTube alert that showed Fameye claiming copyright to music videos produced during his tenure under OGB music. This suggested that, Fameye may be claiming the monetary values of those videos or receiving analytics on them.
Ogidi Brown has issued a warning to Fameye. He wrote, “@Fameye music, never try to claim the songs and videos I produced for you else you will see another side of me. I swear, my brother, go in peace. Never even sing the songs I produced for you on any platform. This is the last message for you. Ungrateful, next will be action”
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