OV, whose real name is Barbara Naa Okailey Nyarko, a former Burniton Music Group signee, has spoken out about how she left Stonebwoy’s record company, Burniton Music Group.
In an interview with Sammy Kay on the Go online show, the brilliant artist said that her boss at the time, Stonebwoy, cut her off from the label after a few months after she had signed a contract with him.
Ov explained that no official cause was offered for her removal.
OV has revealed that she is returning to music with full power and newfound enthusiasm, thanks to a relationship with her new company, the Indigo Music Factory, following her break from the music scene following the “Bhim nation” hullabaloo.
In other news, the Kenyan lady who was snubbed by Nigerian artist, Portable on suspicion of approaching him for a ‘hookup,’ has now spoken up.
Recall It was previously revealed that the Zazuu crooner insulted a woman in Kenya after she expressed interest in him while he was relaxing with some buddies at a spa.
Portable was seen warning her in a viral video, ‘We are not here for hookup,’ after which she instantly grabbed up her belongings and rushed out.
Peris, who shared her version of the event with Instablog9ja, said that she had met Portable for an interview for her YouTube channel, contradicting to Portable’s assertion.
“I had only approached him for an interview for my YouTube channel. All of a sudden they started saying some things I couldn’t understand so I had to take my leave.
I don’t know why Portable and his friends recorded that video and insinuated I approached them for hookup. I only approached them for an interview”, she said.