"I Was Invited By 'Antoa' " - Fameye Confirms

Ghanaian Musician, Fameye had confirmed that he was indeed invited by 'Antoa' (a popular river god deity with its shrine located in the Ashanti Region) as speculated by some media outlets.

Speaking on an Accra-based television station, Fameye said "I got a call from Antoa. My family and management team were the first to go there. I later joined because I was performing at some shows"

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He further explained that while at Antoa, his Former Manager, Ogidi Brown billed him with an undisclosed amount of which he has made part payment.

"While at Antoa, there was a misunderstanding. Ogidi Brown billed me with an amount but I had to beg him to reduce it. I have paid half and I am yet to top up"

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Fameye also clarified although he is quick-tempered, his temperament does not take away the calm side of him.

He also debunked rumors that he slapped his former manager.

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Fameye used the opportunity to thank Ogidi Brown for investing in his music career adding that although they have parted ways, he will forever be grateful to him for his kind gesture

Ogidi Brown was behind the 'Nothing I get' track and he even rented my apartment for me.

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"People think I am arrogant but I am not" he concluded.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith