- Singer Fameye has released a new song following reports that his former boss has taken him to a deity
- The song which is titled Pay Me comes off the back of an alleged debt he owes Ogidi Brown
- Fameye's former boss was seen in a viral video lamenting over how his former artiste is treating him
Award-winning Ghanaian singer Peter Famiyeh Bozah famed as Fameye, has released a new song following reports that Ogidi Brown has taken him to Antoa shrine.
In a quick rebuttal however and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Fameye has released a song titled Pay Me as if to say he does not owe CEO of OGB Music a single cedi.
Fameye in his song, asked those who also owe him to pay up and that he was not going to take "no" for an answer.
He continued in the song and claimed that debtors sometimes act up and behave in a pompous manner, to wit "guy guy" in the face of those they owe.
The award-winning singer appeared unperturbed by the many reports flying around social media that his former boss, Ogidi Brown, had reported him to the river deity at Antoa.
The song follows a video seen by YEN.com.gh of OGB Music boss Ogidi Brown in the Antoa township in a bid to allegedly report Fameye to the river deity over a $50,000 debt.
In the video, some parts of a dusty road were being shown and the signage which read "Antoa" was captured.
The story which accompanied the video had it that Ogidi Brown was seeking to get back some money he allegedly gave to the Nothing I Get singer when they worked together.
The video appeared to have been taken by Ogidi Brown to send a signal to Fameye that he was not joking about getting his money back by any means necessary.
There were earlier reports that Ogidi Brown, had taken his former artiste to the popular Ghanaian shrine Antoa Nyamaa over the debt issue and this video serves as proof of those claims.
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