Fameye has reportedly received a call from the priest of Antoa Nyamaa following an issue with his former boss
The singer was reportedly taken to the deity over a $50,000 debt he owes Ogidi Brown
The CEO of OGB Music was seen in a video lamenting the treatment he was receiving from Fameye
Reports reaching YEN.com.gh have it that CEO of OGB Music, Ogidi Brown, has taken his former artiste Fameye to popular Ghanaian shrine Antoa Nyamaa over an issue.
In a number of posts sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of popular Ghanaian radio presenter Miketwo Miketwo, it is reported that the shrine has made contact with Fameye.
According to Miketwo Miketwo, Ogidi Brown has taken Fameye to the shrine for him to be dealt with spiritually following a debt the latter owes the former.
Miketwo Miketwo went on to reveal in his post that indeed, the Nothing I Get singer known in real life as Peter Famiyeh Bozah, had received a call from the revered shrine.
The popular radio show host said the matter was really getting serious and that something needed to be done about it.
Ogidi Brown's action follows a viral video in which he was claiming that Fameye owed him a sum of $50,000 and was refusing to pay up.
According to the CEO of OGB Music, Fameye even came to him with some elders to plead for more time for him to gather the money and pay up but nothing had been heard from the singer.
Ogidi Brown was seen in the video lamenting the issue and claimed that there was a lot of pain in his heart because of how he was being treated by the singer.
He went on to give Fameye an ultimatum to return his money or face the dire consequences of his refusal to do same.
Meanwhile, Ghana's Energy Minister and Member of Parliament-elect for Hohoe Constituency, John Peter Amewu, has been spotted in a video grinding some girls at a concert.
The government official, in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, was seen having the time of his life as he danced with a number of ladies on stage as Shatta Wale performed.
The MP-elect organized a victory concert to celebrate his historic win of the Hohoe Constituency seat in the December 7, 2020, parliamentary election.
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