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FOR REAL? Charterhouse Is Threatening Me – KK Fosu

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Following the release of his song, Roll Call, renowned highlife musician, KK Fosu has reported threats from one of Ghana’s largest event agencies, Charterhouse.

KK Fosu, born Kaakyire Kwame Fosu released “Roll Call” following several complaints on how media giant, Charterhouse, treats musicians unfairly.

In an interview on Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda, as www.zylofonmediaonline.com monitored, KK Fosu told host, Sammy Flex, that he has received several threats from members of Charterhouse.

In the song, he expressed his feelings about the poor treatment from Charterhouse whilst throwing major shades at George “Aboagye” Quaye, spokesperson for Charterhouse.

According to KK Fosu, George took offense to the lyrics in the song and logged a complaint to his [KK Fosu] former manager, Mel Kwasi Davies.

During his submissions, Fosu described George as a comrade of his, he says they go way back.

“George is my buddy, but I cannot say because of our relationship, I would keep mute on things that are not right. That’s not the type of person I am. They can threaten me all they want…” he added.

The legendary KK Fosu is notable for giving Ghanaians great songs like, “Anadwo Ye De”, “Alomo”, “Sudwe” and a host of others.

By Deborah Kotei

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