Songstress eShun and manager Stephen Mensah have reacted to Fuse ODG’s comment that he knows nothing about their discontent about a contract he sent them to sign.
The songstress speaking to Andy Dosty on Hitz FM early Monday and monitored by Zionfelix.net told the public that they were very surprised to hear the ‘Antenna’ hitmaker say on the same platform that he has not heard them complain about the deal he offered them. The ‘I Want’ singer made it known on the entertainment morning show that they sent Fuse ODG their displeasure about the contract but they have not heard from him again. The musician further noted that Fuse ODG want to blame them for the late release of the song which is not true.
Stephen Mensah, eShun’s manager was asked to continue the conversation when his artist was not willing to talk much about her issue with Fuse ODG. Mr. Mensah continuing from where his girl ended revealed that the Ghanaian-born UK-based artist wants to take all cash he will benefit from their song and pay his artist $1000.
He further said that Fuse ODG wants to take his artiste for granted and he will not allow that.
“We want him to correct the contract and make sure the girls will also benefit from their hard work. People should not take others in this industry for granted when they are working very hard. If somebody has a song with you and the tune has a potential of getting some revenue and you want to be the only one to have that revenue and you also make a statement like all the risks are on you so you have to take all the cash, that does not make business sense to me” Stephen pointed out.
Stating risks his artist took just to record the tune he claims Fuse ODG wants to rip them off, Stephen Mensah revealed that “I drove my car to your house to record, you didn’t pay me even a cent for the back and forth we did, when the drone fell on them and cut some of them, where were you?”
“They are three girls – eShun, Feli Nuna and Selassie and talking to the other two, Fuse hasn’t responded to their requests as well and he keeps making it look like it is us who are stopping the project.
The only thing we gain is $1000. It is a very very funny contract and I don’t know where they got it from.” he added.