‘Fuse ODG Signed Me To His Label For Hype’- Feli Nuna Fires Back

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Feli Nuna has finally reacted to recent revelations made by Ghanaian UK-based artist and record label owner, Fuse ODG about why their working relationship failed to work.

Fuse ODG while speaking on 3FM mentioned that Feli Nuna‘s lack of patience while she was signed to his label, Off Da Ground back in 2021 was a key reason why they could not work for a long time.

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In her response to this assertion by Fuse ODG, the ‘Towel’ crooner took to her Twitter page to post a series of tweets.

According to her, Fuse ODG failed to comply with most of the things stipulated in the contract they signed before they started their working relationship.

“At this point I believe Fuse ODG signed me to his label for hype. Just for show. He wasn’t ready to do the work. I really had high hopes. Fuse disappointed me, to be honest,” she tweeted. 

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According to Feli Nuna, in 2020 after being independent for almost two years she was offered two record deals; “one from an American Record Label based in New York for $135,000 plus incentives; and OFF DA GROUND for no money, however, the latter offered a good percentage of splits of revenue and masters”

She added that she chose Fuse because of her friendship with him and his achievements as an artist. 

The singer and rapper also noted that she was patient while she endured “the excruciating term of the 2-year contract amidst all these challenges.”

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