Ghana-based Nigerian rapper, Fliikky Baddman has detailed his unpleasant experience with Ghanaian musician Fameye.
In an Ameyaw Meets interview on Ameyaw TV, Flikky Baddman who is currently promoting his new single, 3’oclock which features Ghanaian superstar Fameye explained how he paid Fameye took money for the project later failed to keep his end of the bargain.
“There are a lot of people out there that look like they’re nice people and preach the message of love but don’t practice it. I did this nice song with Fameye which people liked and I decided to shoot the video, I reached out to him and he becomes judgemental about doing the video after he was paid to be on the song.”
On why Fameye and his team decided to not take part in the music video project, he said:
“They didn’t say any reason on why they won’t be on the video but when we were trying to get their costumes to them ahead of the shoot, they said they have been disrespected because we did not talk to them in a particular way. We even made attempts to appeal to them (Fameye and his manager) and personally spoke to Fameye on phone to apologize to him.”
According to Flikky, several attempts to reach Fameye and his team last for over four months before he decided to finally release the project.
“I had to move on with the project, we kept asking them from December to March. Waiting for somebody whom you’ve paid. “
Watch the full interview below.[embedded content]
The song 3’oclock was written by Flikky Baddman and produced by Alvin Brown.
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