Richie Mensah, the owner of Lyn Entertainment, has denied using black magic to hinder the careers of musicians who leave Lynx to be on their own.
Reports say artistes such as Eazzy, Zigi, Asem and OJ Blaq have been performing poorly since they left Lynx, prompting speculation that Richie was working against them with black magic.
But in an interview on GHOne TV, Richie described the claims as ridiculous.
“It’s an insult to God and my company for me to use ‘juju’ on my former artistes. Here at Lynx Entertainment, I have a staff of about 12 that work on various artistes.
“Managing an artiste is a full-time job; it’s never a part-time job, so if you leave and want to work on your own, it’s not an easy job at all," he said.
Richie, himself a singer, said he would not let what he called unfounded claims distract him from working hard to make his artistes excel.