- MzVee has alleged that she is being asked to pay for a car that was supposedly a gift
- In a new interview on Neat FM, she claimed that "they" at Lynx Entertainment asked her to pay for the car when she left the label
- The label is owned by Richie Mensah and is home to Kuami Eugene and KiDi
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Ghanaian artiste, MzVee, has alleged that Richie Mensah's Lynx Entertainment asked her to pay for a vehicle originally given to her as a gift.
Until a few years ago, the singer, born Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, was signed to the label that is home to Kuami Eugene and KiDi.
In a new interview, the You Alone singer claimed unnamed executives of the label asked her to pay for the cost of a gifted vehicle when she decided to leave the music company.
She added that she told the team she would pay for the said vehicle in installments.
"... but I am supposed to pay for it. They "dashed" it to me but they said I should pay for it," said MzVee to Ola Michael on Neat 100.9 FM.
"I don't know why but that was what was said when I was leaving. And I told them I will do my best to pay, so I will pay small, small."
She declined to divulge the location of the vehicle in question saying that she has other vehicles.
Watch MzVee talk about the car situation with Lynx Entertainment below.
On May 28, 2021, YEN.com.gh reported that MzVee had opened up about what is said to be the Lynx Entertainment 'curse' - a situation where artistes who leave the label lose their appeal as public figures.
A few years ago, she went on an unexplained break, only to return as an independent artiste, partnering with other music companies on her songs.
In past years, the likes of Eazzy, OJ Blaq, and Asem lost their mainstream acclaim after they parted ways with the Richie Mensah-founded label. The phenomenon became known as the Lynx Entertainment 'curse.'
In a new interview, MzVee stated that she did think about suffering the same fate as her former colleagues.
"Not at the time, but after. When I thought of coming back, then it started to dawn on me like 'okay," the Daavi singer said to Ebenezer Donkor on Y 102.5 FM.
"Because they've always said there's this 'Lynx curse' and I think it's become psychological so when you leave, you just get scared, and then everything just goes away."
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