Speaking on Daybreak hits,the "Konkonsa" singer said that ever since his boss got his bank closed down by the Government of Ghana he has not gained the confidence to inquire about the past conundrum.
He also said that he meets him to talk about the well being of his record label and that is the only thing he thinks about
Continuing he said;
"Look Andy I know the issue is in court so when we meet I only talk about his Zylofon Music Label more and that's what I enjoy doing.I am a positive person and now is not the time to bring all the negativity.
I have not personally asked Nam 1 about the money saga .I wasn't the only Ghanaian whose had earned savings were caught up in that situation so it's cool.Hopefully when the court proceedings are through I will go ahead and ask him but for now i haven't".
Kumi Guitar also thanked Nam 1 for promoting his new music video and also supporting his entire career until now
He also debunked rumours of him being the least paid act on the record label.
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