Famous Ghanaian record producer, Joseph Addison, popularly known as Killbeatz, has disclosed that he did not keep any spiritual ‘blood pot’ in Fuse ODG’s mansion as reported.
According to him, the blood stains discovered in the house was from a ram he and his friends killed for a barbecue during his birthday party.
Reports of Killbeatz went viral on Monday, after he was allegedly sacked by Ghanaian afro-pop artiste, Fuse ODG, from his $1 million East Legon mansion.
The report also alleged that Fuse after paying an unannounced visit to his house, discovered a ‘blood pot’ in one of his rooms which infuriated him to boot out the music producer.
However, a member of Killbeatz’s management, Jeffery Addo explained that someone among them took photos of the blood stains of the ram and sent to Fuse ODG just to frame a story.
“A Muslim friend was invited to slaughter the ram. What I gathered was that he prayed and dug a hole for them to pour the blood in. So it was just a normal ram for barbecue. It’s not like they went to a juju man to do something,” Jeffery said.
Jeffery added that Killbeatz was no longer staying in Fuse’s house but insisted that the producer rather left the house willingly due to a misunderstanding between the two.
“Killbeatz hasn’t been sacked from Fuse ODG’s house. Fuse can’t sack Killbeatz. No! Killbeatz made Fuse, as well as other artists and everybody knows that. So Fuse has no right to say he has sacked Killbeatz from his house.” Jeffery stressed.
The UK-based Ghanaian artiste, Fuse ODG in 2015 bought himself a splash $1million East Legon mansion in Accra on his 27th birthday, and housed Killbeatz there.
However Fuse was reported to have kicked Killbeatz out of the house for allegedly breaking some in-house rules.
The music producer was also accused of lining up young ladies with his friends for parties and some other 'naughty' activities in the house.
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