Ghanaian singer, King Promise has finally replied to allegations that he and his management disregarded Baba Sadiq Abdulai Abu, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 3 Media Network.
You could recall that Sadiq criticized what he called King Promise’s camp’s rudeness, while also revealing that the singer had been suspended across all of his media outlets.
This came when Sadiq underlined how King Promise’s manager, KillBeatz, made it extremely difficult for his company to book the artist for a December event (Wildaland).
But, for the very first time, King Promise not only denied the allegations, but also stated that he had done nothing to warrant Sadiq’s punitive verdict.
He made his submission in an interview with TV3’s Berla Mundi.
In his words: “I’m not hurt by what he did. When you have done something, then it gets to you, but I haven’t done anything.
I was looking forward to performing at Wildaland. It looked beautiful, but we didn’t come to an agreement.
Sadiq is a very integral part of the industry. I’ve known him even before I blew up. I have not spoken to him in a long time. The last time he came around, I didn’t know he had a problem with me,”
King Promise went on to say that the music industry is already having problems that need to be addressed, so promoting divisiveness isn’t a good idea.
“I’m not about tearing down. We are already behind when it comes to a whole lot of stuff. So we can’t be promoting division.
For me, I will never speak on anything. Some people know I won’t speak on anything. So they go ahead and say whatever they want to say,” he added.