The former manager of young sensational Kumawood actress and musician, Yaa Jackson, is not a happy man at the moment.
Okyeame Akwadaa Nyame, as the former manager is known, has decried Jackson’s move to sign for a new record label when she already had a running contract with him.
Nyame said he felt sidelined and disrespected by Yaa after he invested so much to bring her into the limelight.
This was gathered by YEN.com.gh in a video making rounds on social media.
Earlier, we reported how Jackson landed a juicy deal with B Magic Empire owned by Ghanaian footballer Boakye Yiadom.
For the benefits, she was given a brand new saloon car and an undisclosed amount of money which YEN.com.gh learnt is a huge amount.
All these she never got under her former management.
Perhaps, Yaa was moved by these benefits making her overlook her former record label to join B Magic Empire.
But Nyame has lamented the turn of events saying the Tear Rubber singer is an ingrate who has made his investment go down the drain.
According to him, he discovered Yaa and nurtured her music career to the point that she has become popular.
He then rained curses on her, saying she would never be able to make hit songs under her new management.
“For Yaa Jackson to get a hit song under B Magic Empire will be synonymous to building castles in the air – it’ll be impossible!” Nyame cursed.
Meanwhile, the father of the young musician had earlier said he supports his daughter’s way of dress and grooming.
According to him, she was acting under instructions for fame, and called on Ghanaians to desist from overly criticising her.
Yaa was also in the news recently when she was mocked for not knowing the meaning of CRS.
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