I wasn’t given a dime from the GH¢250000 contract I signed with OGB Music – Fameye

Fameye & his manager, Ogidi Brown (image source: Instagram)

Budding Ghanaian musician Peter Famiyeh Bozah who performs under the stage name Fameye says he is yet to receive a penny from his contract with OGB Music.

According to him, it is an undisputed fact that the record label owned by Ogidi Brown discovered him and through it he rose to fame but they have not been fair with him.

Speaking on the Best Entertainment Show on Okay FM Wednesday, he told host Halifax Ansah Addo that, he was not given his part of the Ghs250,000 contract allocated to him.

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Fameye added, though his manager has helped him, what his manager hasn’t done he won’t say he has done it.

This comes barely a month after chaos broke out between Fameye and his manager when he went on a European tour.

In a video that surfaced online, Fameye is seen trading words with Ogidi Brown for reasons best known to them.

It later emerged that the two had misunderstanding on earning from the European tour.

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From that day, there has been unrest in the camp of Fameye and his manager, Ogidi Brown.

Surprisingly pockets of news reports suggested yesterday that, Fameye is a step away from joining Criss Waddle’s Arab Money Gang (AMG) Business.


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