Popular Ghanaian record producer, Joseph Addison, widely known as Killbeatz, has finally broken his silence after Fuse ODG allegedly sacked him out of his East Legon house.
Reports on the music producer went viral across various social media platforms on Monday, after he was allegedly thrown out by the UK-based Ghanaian artiste. However, Killbeatz has denied allegations that Fuse ODG angrily booted him out of his $1 million house.
A member of Killbeatz management, Jeffery, who spoke to Zylofon FM on Tuesday, explained that the record producer wasn’t sacked but rather, a disagreement between the two led to Killbeatz willingly moving out.
“I hear people saying Fuse has driven Killbeatz out of the house which is not true. The issue about the blood is also not what people are thinking. Killbeatz hasn’t been sacked. It’s just a little misunderstanding they had and Killbeatz decided to leave the house,” Jeffrey said.
In a report by Abrantepa.com, the Killbeatz management member also added that, “It can’t happen, Fuse can’t sack Killbeatz.
Killbeatz made Fuse so he has no right to say that he’s sacked him from the house. I’m very disappointed in Fuse because he made the issue come out".
Jeffery in his conversation however, refused to answer questions about whether Fuse bought the house together with Killbeatz’s money, but indicated that a detailed press statement will be released soon to address all issues.
He also stated that Fuse ODG hasn’t discovered any pot of blood as claimed by media reports.
“The blood was that of a ram which had been killed for a barbecue as Killbeatz was celebrating his birthday. A Muslim friend was invited over to do the slaughtering of the ram. It was just a normal slaughtering of a ram for a barbecue,” he said.
Jeffery told Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM that, “Somebody in the house took a picture of the blood and sent to him [Fuse ODG] trying to frame up a story that we are doing rituals in the house. I believe the person has his own agenda.”