For failing to participate in a radio musical tour in Accra, Legendary Records’ chief executive officer Nathan Tettey and his management are accused of chasing its signee, Boy Octave, with canes.
Eyewitnesses said that after numerous failed attempts to convince Boy Octave to go on a radio tour to promote his new song, the foreign record label located in Ghana was forced to chase him to an interview with canes. Onua FM was the scene of this incident last Saturday.
The artist manager was seen cautioning Boy Octave not to be vegging out but to work hard to promote his songs and crafts in a video that has now gone popular on social media.
“After dropping his songs he has failed to market himself well and also failed to make a hit after spending a huge amount of money on his new single titled ‘Medulla’,” he said.
Boy Octave, real name Eugene Amponsem Boakye, is an Afrobeat and Afro-fusion singer.
Boy Octave, over the years, has worked with the likes of Ntelabi, and Asaaka boys among others.