Ghanaian DJ sacked for taking money from an artiste before playing his songs
By Jason_jm | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 1 views
UK based Ghanaian Disk Jockey named DJ tiiny was reportedly sacked by capital xtra for allegedly taking money from an artist in order for him to play his song.
DJ tiiny is a 24 year old young man. He got his contract terminated after he took £200 from an artiste mainly for him to play his song on Radio.
His biological name is Boakye Yiadom. According to sources, DJ tiiny only plays music on air every Friday night due to that, he promised the artiste that he is gonna play his song on air for two weeks on his programme.
The DJ and the artiste interacted through email. According to prove of the email, DJ tiiny told the artiste, he is going to listen to the music and give him feedback after which he is expected to pay £200 for his song to be added to DJ tiiny's playlist.
A report from the radio station (capital xtra) says that DJ tiiny has been taking money from many artists since he joined the radio station since 2018.
His former employer of Capital xtra has however pulled down his profile on their website.
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