Rapper parts ways with Teebillz' 323 Entertainment
The indigenous act has decided to move on following his inability to contact manager Teebillz.
This follows his inability to reach the manager of the outfit Teebillz after several attempts to do so, which can be tied to the present circumstances surrounding the manager's marital and mental state.
He made this development known via an interview with HipTV where he confirmed his exit saying "About me and Teebillz, I mean, Me and Teebillz are still good. Still cool, we are family.. But I'm straight like that, I am real. I have not been able to talk to him for a very long time - since the incident that happened. I tried to message him but it wasn't going through and everything. So i had to move on with my life.. You know. I mean, I've got ambition that I'm chasing, so for no reason would i allow anything to lock that down. I am a goal getter and I can't allow anything to slow me down. So that's it! Me and Teebillz are still cool, we are still family. Anytime we see, we would still holla, but at least, I'm a street guy, I have got to move, gotta move, gotta move. That is what matters the most. My career comes first before anything else."
The rapper signed to 323 Entertainment back in January 2016, and is signed to Masterkraft's GeneralRecords but could have signedto Davido's HKN label if he was contacted earlier by the singer.
The rap act has been quite active this year releasing a new single 'First come first serve', dropping the video for his 2015 single 'Oobi' featuring Cayana and been on a couple collaborations of other artiste's songs.
Watch the 'Oobi' video below.
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