Anusiobi Frank who was one-time PR manager of Harrysong, says the singer’s recent emotional outburst on IG is not in anyway from a place of depression but just a publicity stunt. According to Frank, he knows Harrysong so well to deduce this. Read what he wrote on his Facebook page below
It’s painfull seeing you pass through depression at this moment but Honestly if truth is to be told you really need to beg for forgiveness from alot of people, for me i have forgiven you long time ago but the pains you cost me will always stick to my head, My eight years of being with you and working for you is no good thing to tell about, you made me change towards so many people when they come for help because your greed and stingy lifestyle has destroyed every one around you and you know it’s true those who just started with you might not want to tell you the truth cause they are in one way stealing from you, i promise never to talk about our story to the public but if i cant advice you privately then i have to do it publicly, what prayer do you think those who you hurt will be praying for you, do you think people who knew about how i used my money in pushing the brand back then are happy with you or maybe you have forgotten how i empted my account in 2012 for you just because i wanted the best for you, my story with you is like a long note writing with tears, bro just pull your pride and apologize to those you have hurt, why did you think all the Good and successful people that suffered to make the harrysong brand strong are no longer with you, where is kayce oguejiofor your manager back then, this man dedicated 10years of his time, money and Strength for you, where is ebisco, Dj benimaun and others, this people contributed in your career and they were kicked out immediately u becamed bigger, even when kayce delgado left you he was still available to help you make your kingmaker concert strong, he was same guy that begged me to bring back my strength on reggae blues that made it go viral after my plan was used but still u never thought of thinking back to your mistake to appologise when you knew your problems, i wil still call you a big bro but that doesnt mean i will still call you a Good person. i pray you recover and change your ways then leave the rest for God and believe, but to me i no you well and i can tell what your doing is a publicity stunt but if it’s not God see you through.
Also in another news Nigerian singer, Skales who did a short freestyle during his interview on MTV Base, has been accused of abusing illicit date rape drug, Rohypnol a.k.a Rochies before his performance.
Skales’ blue tongue gave him out, and left viewers of the interview wondering if abusing Rohypnol a.k.a Rochies is now the new cool.
Recall that few months ago, veteran actor and TV host, Okey Bakassi, raised concerns over the alarming rate of drug abuse and its consumption in Nigeria. The stand-up comedian said a majority of illicit drugs consumers are Nigerian celebrities. Okey Bakassi made the assertion when he appeared as a guest on Emma Ugolee’s The Gist alongside African China and Sound Sultan.
“Conservatively 70% of Nigerian Celebrities are on some sort of substance today. They have gone ballistic. You hear a lot of names- SK, Kush, Loud, etc. the names come everyday and you’re struggling to keep up with the nomenclature of it.”
Bakassi also admitted that he also indulged in the act when he was younger, and noted that entertainers often take drugs to boost their creativity.
Also in another news American Rappers Drake and Meek Mill have finally settled their explosive feud.
The pair, who were once close friends performed together over the weekend when Drake called Meek on stage for a surprise performance during a concert in Boston for the song Dreams and Nightmares.
After smoking the peace pipe, Drake took to Instagram where he told Meek that he was happy the pair could finally put aside their differences.
“I’m happy that you are home and that we could find our way back to our joint purpose,” he added.
The pair went to war in 2015 when Meek warmed his Twitter fingers to claim that Drake didn’t write his own raps and couldn’t be compared to the likes of J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar.
The claims rocked the hip-hop world and soon #TeamDrake was squaring up to #TeamMeek.
While Drake’s team rushed to defend him the man unleashed a diss track on Meek called Charged Up and then after further taunting from Meek, another called Back To Back.
Meek dropped several more references to Drake and ghost writing in his music over the next year before the beef was put in the fridge to chill.
Drake hinted at peace between the two earlier this year when he wore a T-shirt in support of Meek on stage but this weekend was the first time he publicly spoke about the feud being squashed.
Also in another news America Rapper Mac Miller was found dead on Friday of an apparent overdose, Variety has confirmed. He was 26.
He was found in his Studio City, Calif., home at about noon. His family released a statement about his death on Friday afternoon.
“Malcolm McCormick, known and adored by fans as Mac Miller, has tragically passed away at the age of 26,” reads the statement. “He was a bright light in this world for his family, friends, and fans.”
Miller had struggled with substance abuse in the past. Just last month, the Los Angeles Attorney’s Office officially charged the rapper with a DUI stemming from a car accident in May in the San Fernando Valley.
He had been open about his struggles previously, referencing drug abuse and death in his music, particularly in the deeply personal 2014 mixtape “Faces.” “I used to rap super openly about really dark s—,” he told Sources in a profile that published on Thursday. “That’s what I was experiencing at the time. That’s fine, that’s good, that’s life. It should be all the emotions.”
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