The Monies From My Old Songs Are Still Benefitted By Ogidi Brown, I Do Not Owe Him Anything At All
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Published 20 days ago - 1146 views
Ghanaian musician Fameye has revealed that the monies from his old songs are still benefitted by his Boss Ogidibrown1 and that he has to pay an amount soon
Speaking to Andy Dosty on the Daybreak hitz, he said that he was still disappointed with the whole misunderstandings between him and his former Boss
He also said the songs released under Ogidi Brown reaped huge sums of monies that his former boss is currently enjoying .
"Andy Dosty, look the man helped me and I will not be quiet about the situation.He was influencial in my career in terms of his monetary assistance and I understand how he feels.The monies from my old songs are still benefitted by Ogidi Brown
I mean the royalties from the songs I released under his label still go to him.I do not owe him anything at all.He can expect money from me due to his assistance to me in the past but the can't say that I owe him a specific amount"
Fameye also said he will willingly give his former boss Ogidi Brown some money when he is ready and nobody should stress him on that
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