Ghanaian singer and rapper, Fameye and his manager, Ogidi Brown have been in the news lately after a viral video of them exchanging words generated a lot of controversies.
Speculations were raised that all was not well with the two as rumours had it that Fameye had slapped his manager during the scuffle in the recorded video.
However, the “Nothing I Get” crooner has finally come out to publicly comment on the issue.
The young artiste has disclosed the details of the misunderstanding between he and his manager.
Speaking in an interview on Ghanaian radio station, Hitz Fm’s and to the presenter, Jay Foley, Fameye detailed what really ensued between himself and Ogidi Brown.
According to him, he never slapped Ogidi Brown but the media misinterpreted the incident which has destroyed their relationship.
Fameye explained that “There was no slap in the video. It was some of our bloggers that gave that headline because of small views wey man go get for youtube you wan spoil your brother”
In addition, he said “Someone was videoing me without my knowledge and I told him not to video me so I smashed the phone. That was all. It was a normal artiste and manager argument, so it was normal for me to argue with my manager. I apologized even though I didn’t slap my manager, I apologized and was expecting everything will be cool”
He further explained that; “It took me only that video to make me know this is what my management can do. After that video, I called my manager three times but he didn’t pick so I sent him a message- “boss I love you, let’s forget”.
He ended by saying that; “Although I didn’t slap him I apologized. And the guy who made that video is his friend and I didn’t expect the video to be out the next morning after apologizing”,
However, Fameye has left his manager’s record label, OGB Music and there are rumours that he has been signed by Ghanaian rapper, Criss Waddle unto his AMG music label.
Peter Famiyeh Bozah, popularly known as Fameye, is a Ghanaian rapper and singer who is best known for his single “Nothing I Get”.