Following the now calmed scare that hit the headlines, between popular artiste manager Ogidi Brown and his former signee Fameye, the fracas looks to have flashed out in its trail, the OGBS new signee in the person of Cryme Officer.
A situation that caused the innocent Cryme Officer, to come out with a video to tell his boss to quit the threats of Antoa he kept sending the way of Fameye, since he believes it is having a negative toll on his future as a young artiste.
According to Cryme Officer, who was obviously in an apologetic mood during his interview, he revealed that, the video he made was in no breach of the basis of the contract between himself and his record label, since non of the clauses therein specified such.
He further disclosed that, their contract is just one year old and even though he was in a constant daily communication with Ogidi Brown during his time on the label, he has still not been able to reach him ever since he came out openly, to state the cancellation of their contract.
Cryme Officer further established for the record that, if Ogidi still remains his ground to dismiss him without his consent, and without him not doing anything wrong, he will resort to legal action as the final resort.
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