The manager of fast-rising artist Fameye has revealed in an interview what really transpired before the heated argument between his artist and himself.
According to Ogidi Brown, his artist, Fameye became so disrespectful after his single ‘Nothing I Get’ became a hit and started misbehaving towards his management.
The CEO of OGB Music also disclosed that Fameye had the notion that since Ogidi Brown is a rich man, any amount of money they get from shows should be given to him (Fameye).
He also added that Fameye performed on several shows in Ghana and did features with other musicians which he didn’t inform him about and kept all the money for himself.
Ogidi Brown also disclosed that Fameye had an argument with him on their Whatsapp group when he travelled to Germany over the promotion of his ‘Nothing I get’ remix.
He stated that Fameye angrily left the Whatsapp group and changed his name on Instagram from ‘OGB Fameye’ to ‘Fameye Music’ after he told Ogidi Brown that he is no longer his manager.
He also added that he was expecting Fameye to arrive in Italy at a particular date but he refused to show up and when he did, failed to contact his manager.
According to Ogidi Brown, Fameye has had issues with almost everyone in the management team including Owen.
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However, Ogidi Brown explained that when he finally met Fameye at his hotel in Italy, he behaved very rudely towards him when he asked about his percentage over the shows he performed.
He added that Fameye disrespected and disgraced him when they met and when he realised he was been recorded, hit the phone.
Ogidi Brown disclosed that Fameye never slapped him but only disrespected him and that he wasn’t the one who shared the video that went viral.
He disclosed that he is not sure he will continue his five-year contract with Fameye because he has breached their contract and has lost the love he had to him.
According to Ogidi Brown, he played a vital role in Fameye’s career and disclosed that he spent almost 120 million cedis on his ‘Nothing I get’ remix.