Furious Musician Rains Curses On GHAMRO Over Unpaid Royalties

An infuriated musician identified as Ama Rasta has rained curses on the management of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) over the failure of the organisation to settle her royalties.

In the video sighted by browngh.com, Ama rasta could be seen with a local gin and eggs whiles she rained several curses on the workers of GHAMRO for failing to pay her royalties.

The middle-aged musician threatened GHAMRO at their premises after she got infuriated over the organisation’s failure to settle her royalties.

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In the video the musician could be heard saying ” Give me my money,it’s that simple”.

The peeved musician could not fathom why GHAMRO kept sending her numerous messages but giving her the cock and bull story that she can’t be paid after a delay in payment.

GHAMRO reacting to the lady’s act at their premises described the lady’s behaviour as appalling.

Yaw Osabourne who is the National Coordinator of GHAMRO asserted that the organisation had just started distributing the royalties and could not fathom why the lady could take such an action.

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