The Chief Executive Officer of OGB Music, Ogidi Brown has also officially parted ways with his former signee, Peter Fameye Bozah, popularly known as Fameye.
This comes after the two were involved in banter over money issues that ended up with one summoning the other at a shrine for questioning.
According to Ogidi Brown, Fameye owed him an amount of $50,000, an amount he claims to have invested into his craft during his stay at the camp but the singer has refused to pay him back.
In several interviews, Fameye debunked claims of owing Ogidi Brown and also refuses to pay. Well, he agreed to pay after he was summoned to the Antoa shrine where his former boss took him for their differences to be quashed out with the singer paying what he owes.
Upon the back and forth on the alleged debt, the management of OGB Music has finally decided to part ways with the singer officially.
In a statement released by the label, it vows to support the singer’s craft in whatever way it can because he is a good talent and it was an honor to show him to the world.
Recall, a few days ago, Fameye also released a statement indicating that he is parting ways with the record label.
Read the full statement below: