OGB Music signed artiste, Fameye has given a detailed account on what happened between his manager (Ogidi Brown) and his boys that led to an altercation.
The ‘Notin I Get’ hitmaker told Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’ that he was provoked by his manager and his boys.
According to him, the genesis of the issue was when his manager and a group of guys approached him for money handed over to him by his Italian promoters (Young Mission) for a show of which his manager gave him the mandate to sign a contract with them.
Fameye said he told them to allow him to finish his performance before they talk about the money issue because he used different money to buy clothes for his European trip—so they have to deduct it from the money at hand but they did not agree and it led to an argument.
He denied slapping his manager because he (Ogidi Brown) was sitting in his car when the guys approach him for the money.
The musician candidly stated that he hit the phone used to record the scene down after he warned them not record but they refused to listen to him.
He lamented how others are quick to tag those who fight for their rights as arrogant.
Fameye stressed that anger, argument and misunderstandings are part of human life—but he has now regretted his action and apologized accordingly.
He disclosed that his manager signed him because of his humbleness but not his talent.
Watch the full interview below: