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I never said I will not let my kids become musicians in Ghana : Rex Omar Cries

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Veteran highlife musician, Rex Omar says information making rounds in the public domain that he would never allow his kids to become musicians in Ghana are false.

Reports in the media suggest that Rex Omar has said he would not allow his kids to take music as a career in Ghana.

But speaking in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, the “Nhyira” hitmaker said he doesn’t recall making those assertions.

According to him, he meant, he would forbid his children from taking up music as full-time careers in Ghana.

Rex noted further that as lucrative as it may sound, he thinks it would be unwise to depend solely on music in Ghana since it doesn’t pay much, compared to western countries.

“If there are musicians who have made money then it wasn’t through music. They all know the truth. We should understand our country is a small one. You are kind of unemployed if you play 2 shows a year. Some play 200 shows but not the situation in Ghana…” he said.

But reacting to his statements on the same Daybreak Hitz show, Ghanaian musician, Akoo Nana said Rex Omar didn’t speak well.

According to him, the statement he made had the tendency to kill the dreams of children who want to venture into music in the country.

“It is because of people like Rex Omar that’s why people don’t have money. Don’t discourage the children. When I started my career I looked for a business manager. I respect him to say we should have the business but he should look for solutions too.

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Eazzy Reveals She & Lynx Entertainment Have Always Been Good Friends

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Although record labels normally don’t find ways to be on good terms with their departed artists, seems Eazzy and Lynx Entertainment have been very good friends.

In a tweet, Eazzy Reveals although Lynx Entertainment has painted her black, Richie did invite her to party with the crew, play basketball ball with them as well been in the studios with them.

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I Wasn’t Transferred To KOD By Lynx : Eazzy Dismisses Claims

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Mrs Alberta Mensah, the mother of Richie Mensah, CEO of Lynx Entertainment was in an interview with MzGee via JoyNews has she revealed she was hurt when she heard Eazzy was leaving Lynx.

According to her, Eazzy was officially handed over to Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD) in 2012, but in a tweet to Clarify all these claims, Eazzy revealed to the nation in a tweet saying it was false.

In the tweet she stated; she wasn’t transferred to KOD but Lynx went behind her back to release a statement without her concern after she had opened to Richie whereby Abraham Ohene Djan suggested KOD should manage Eazzy.

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Eazzy Reveals What Happened At Lynx Entertainment Says She Never Left Cause Of BBA

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From the time Ghanaian female signer Eazzy left Lynx Entertainment, we all thought she had gone against the rules of the record label or had been ungrateful to her formal boss Richie Mensah.

But according to Richie’s mum Alberta Mensah in an interview with MzGee via JoyNews she claimed her son[Richie Mensah] sold his car and used it to shoot a video for Eazzy which was her major hit song “Go Go Wind and after that Eazzy came back telling him she is leaving the record label.

She also added; Eazzy came for a party once and she told her that she broke her heart and she said she was sorry but She wanted to go for Big Brother [Africa].”

But in a tweet; the Power hitmaker has come out clean to reveal what happened she said she never left cause of BBA but she left cause Her career was on a halt for One year.

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