The East Legon residence of popular Ghanaian musician and producer, Nana Richard Abiona, aka Fuse ODG, is undergoing some renovations, just a few weeks after the exit of Joseph Addison, known in showbiz as music producer, Killbeatz.
According to a report by GhanaCrusader.com, the building, which is said to have cost Fuse about $1 million, is getting a facelift, including repainting and a general maintenance care.
There has been some gardening done, and some other construction works are said to be underway on the building.
This development follows the tension between Fuse and Killbeatz, who was left to care for the house by Fuse who lives in the UK.
Earlier reports indicate Fuse ODG arrived unannounced in Ghana and kicked out Killbeatz, for allegedly failing to respect his in-house rules and abusing his privilege of living there.
There even a mention of a pot of blood at the house, which apparently caused Fuse to ask Killbeatz to leave his home.
However, a member of the Killbeatz management team, named Jeffery, denied these rumors, stating Killbeatz left the house on his own volition.
Jeffery further discounted the report of a pot of blood , explaining that the blood stains that were seen at the house, belonged to a ram that was killed for a barbecue party.
Neither Killbeatz nor Fuse ODG have commented on the matter.
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