A former member of music group Vision in Progress (VIP), Promzy Afrika, has registered his displeasure about a photo grid purported to have been sent from one of his former group members to another.
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According to Promzy, he is disappointed at his former colleague, Prodigal for sending a photo grid that has Reggie Rockstone, a member of the new group (VVIP), to former VIP member, Bone.
In a Facebook post, Promzy angrily disclosed that he will surely slap someone in the face.
“How can Prodigal send this [photo grid] to Bone with f*ckery Reggie in it? I feel like slapping somebody. Nobody can ever take my place for all this years. Happy new month family,” a report by Citifmonline.com quoted Promzy.
He also revealed that his former music colleagues tried to destroy him by straining the relationship between him and dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
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“They killed my relationship between me and wale n me being a good big brother,wale realise the truth n came to apologise n we cool now.i got love for all but boys for stop fooling or else 6 feet deep await us all,” he alleged.
“U reggie your father die,i was the one there for u 24/7,everybody ask him who he was close to,who he shares his secrets with,who helps him on stage when everybody left him, sidney(nananom) is my witness,” Promzy lamented.
The relationship between Promzy and his former colleagues appears to have been marred after he broke away from the VIP group.
Though not much is known about why Promzy broke away fromthe group, he seems not to see eye-to-eye with Reggie Rockstone, a new member who took his place.
Promzy in some time back waged intense ‘war’ on the ‘hiplife grandpa’, Reggie after the group was re-branded to VVIP.
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