Fameye Told Me Point Blank At Antoa That He Won’t Pay The Full $50,000 – Ogidi Brown Reveals In Latest Video

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Ogidi Brown, the former manager of Ghanaian musician, Fameye has disclosed what happened when they met at Antoa.

Some days ago, the ‘Notin I Get’ composer was summoned to Antoa over a debt he owed after he parted ways with OGB Music.

The OGB Music boss, who was not happy about Fameye’s decision not to pay back his money, petitioned the elders at Antoa.

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He told ZionFelix in an interview on the ‘Uncut’ Show that Fameye did not show up on the day he agreed to visit Antoa, rather, he sent someone to represent him.

According to him, he reported at Antoa two days afterwards.

Following his presence, Ogidi Brown claimed Fameye did not agree that he owes him $50,000.

After a back and forth, the ‘3n3 Nipa’ singer stated that his former artiste accepted that he owes him that amount.

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Even after his acceptance, Ogidi Brown said Fameye told him he will pay some of the amount but not the full $50,000.

He added that he will accept the amount Fameye will pay if it’s about fifty per cent of the amount he owes.

Watch the full interview below.

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