“If you wish for the track to be premiered on my Friday night radio show, there would be a charge of £200 for one track,” “This would also include keeping the track within my radio playlist for 2 weeks.” the email said.
So I did a mail out of my new track coming out and look at what this DJ is telling me!
Pay to play you know smh!
This DJ is on a big station and is asking for money to play songs what kinda Selecta is this?!?!? pic.twitter.com/f0lqIM3srI
— J Beatz (@jbeatzmusic) January 28, 2021
After the story went viral, DJ Tiiny was removed from Capital Xtra’s schedule and his profile was deleted from their website.
The Ghanaian DJ has apologised saying he has learnt a much-needed lesson and that he is sorry to those he has let down. He posted:
— DJTiiNY (@DJTiiNY) February 1, 2021
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