- Ghanaian musician Showboy has asked Kelvynboy to join the AMG2hypegang music business record label
- In a tweet, Showboy who is currently serving a jail sentence in the US noted that their doors are open for him to come work with the team
- Kelvynboy who was with Stonebwoy's Burniton Music Group got his contract terminated after a recent misunderstanding
Popular Ghanaian musician and social media sensation Showboy has invited Kelvynboy to join their AMG2hypegang label.
According to Showboy who is in prison at the moment, Kelvynboy is always welcome to join their team any time.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Showboy expressed interest in signing Kelvynboy on to the AMG2hypegang Music Record Label.
"KELVYNBOY I HEAR SAY STONEBWOY SACK U FROM BHIM NATION ;; ENO BE ANYTHING COME JOIN 2HYPEGANG," he wrote.
"U ARE ALWAYS WELCOMED TO JOIN THE BUSINESS ..WE ACCEPT ALL ...... LAI LAI ... .IF ONE DOOR CLOSES ANOTHER DOOR OPENS !!!! 3HUUUU," he added.
Even though he is in prison, Showboy is a member of the AMG Worldwide, a music record label owned by rapper Criss Waddle.
VGMA Rapper of the Year 2019, Medikal, is also an artiste under the same AMG Business record label.
By inviting Kelvynboy over, it means he will be working with top musicians like Criss Waddle and Medikal.
The AMG team is known to be very rich as their CEO and other members are often seen flaunting huge sums of money.
Showboy's call follows the exit of Kelvynboy from the Burniton Music Group after his contract was terminated.
In a post on Instagram, CEO of Burniton Music Group and dancehall musician Stonebwoy revealed that the 'Mea' hitmaker will no more work with his label.
According to the 'Kpoo Keke' hitmaker, Kelvynboy's initial contract has ended coupled with some misconducts.
Deducing from some recent misunderstandings in Stonebwoy's camp, the musician has removed his manager from post and sacked Kelvynboy.
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