Ghanaian rapper Kwame Yogot has once again revealed the reason for his exit from his record label following his ‘Bibi Besi’ hit track.
The singer left the label in February this year claiming he wasn’t getting anything beneficial from them.
In a new interview, the ‘I am Okay’ crooner said his exit was masterminded by some corrupt industry gatekeepers.
He revealed that some of the so-called industry stalwarts wanted to use him to steal money from his label but he declined.
Following that, Kwame Yogot said they retorted to blackmailing him to the label and others in the industry.
He revealed: “I am not fake but because you wanted me to help you steal funds from my label owner and I didn’t agree, you have ganged up to destroy me to my boss and I am now off the label.
“The industry gatekeepers my label gave me to work with have finally destroyed me to my label boss so they should shut up and allow me to work on my own. A gang of gatekeepers are going about telling people I don’t respect so they shouldn’t play or receive my music.’’
He expressed disappointment about the fact that his label refused to give him a listening ear when he tried explaining to them.
"There’s no importance of me explaining things to him once again because I told him a lot but he refused to believe me,” he said.