CEO of OGB music, Ogidi Brown Music has officially parted ways with its second signee, Prince Isaac Arko popular known as Cryme Officer on Monday 11th January 2021 for threatening to exit the record label over an incident involving Fameye.
Recalled that Ogidi Brown some few days ago took his first signee Fameye to Antoa, a popular shrine in the Ashanti region over some monies owed by the latter after he left the record label for insubordination.
It is in light of this that Cryme Officer also took to his social media handles threatening to leave the record label should anything happen to the “nothing I get” hitmaker with reasons that same can be done to him if he decides to leave the label in the future.
However, Ogidi Brown and his management didn’t take the viral video lightly and hinted in an interview on Kingdom FM that termination of the contract was in the pipeline claiming that the action Cryme Officer is to revolt against the record label.
The letter further indicates that Cryme Officer henceforth is ceased from performing any of the songs he recorded under the management of OGB music and is also required to make some payments as per the contract signed between the two parties.
Kindly see a screenshot of the letter below.