Mother of the Chief Executive Officer of Lynx Entertainment, Richie Mensah, has disclosed that she became sad and wept for weeks after female musician, Eazzy parted ways with her son’s record label.
According to Richie Mensah’s mother, Alberta, she was simply heartbroken when Eazzy left the label due to her love for the singer.
Madam Alberta Mensah speaking to Joy News’ MzGee, in an interview narrated how her son, Richie had to use his personal car as collateral for loan, just to raise funds to shoot Eazzy’s ‘Go Go Wind’ music video.
“When Eazzy left, for two weeks I was always weeping. I wept because that was the time he (Richie) parked his car and shot a video for Eazzy. He spent GHC20,000 on that video and when he finished, she came and said she was leaving the video. Richie couldn’t tell me, he kept it for a long time before telling me. And when he told me, it was hell for me,” she revealed.
The mother of the Lynx Entertainment boss in her interview, added that even though she was heartbroken, she later understood that Eazzy left Lynx because she wanted to contest in the Big Brother Africa reality show.
“Eazzy came for a party once and I told her that she broke my heart and she said she was sorry. She wanted to go for Big Brother Africa," Alberta Mensah said.
Full interview of Richie Mensah and his mother, Alberta (Credit: Joy News)
Richie Mensah who appeared on the interview with his mother revealed that musician Asem’s exit from Lynx Entertainment did not hurt his mother and himself because they saw all the writings on the wall.
“I think Asem’s own didn’t really hurt mum that much because we saw it coming. He had started acting up before it happened; he raised his shoulders before he left,” Richie said.
Eazzy was signed onto Lynx entertainment in 2009, but was officially handed over to broadcaster and designer, Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD) in 2012.
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