Killbeatz was thrown out of the house following unethical practices and going against rules set by Fuse ODG. According to reports which Fuse ODG was notified about, “Killbeatz regularly hanged out with a lot of his male friends not just smoking and drinking but also bonking different girls in the house.”
This lead to an unannounced visit by Fuse ODG to the house after he received several hints.
Fuse ODG upon reaching his mansion found a pot with blood in one of the rooms in the house; “his private room was not left out as well” and this didn’t go well with him, leading to the sack of his all-time producer Kill Beatz.
There was also a goat’s head buried inside the house.
Meanwhile, Management of multiple award-winning producer Killbeatz has also revealed why Fuse ODG is throwing Killbeatz out of their mansion and falsely accusing him of being a ritualist.
Earlier, Fuse ODG refused to comment on the issue when a team from Zylofon FM reached out to him.
“Yesterday, my producer contacted both Fuse and Killbeatz. Fuse said to him, as much as the issue is, we should maintain it as such. He doesn’t want to say much. When my producer, Nii Ashley contacted Killbeatz, he referred him to somebody else and the person told my producer it is too early to talk,” Sammy stated on Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda, Monday while addressing the issue.
In 2015, Fuse acquired an estimated $1 million mansion in East Legon, in the nation’s capital on dollars on his 27th birthday and housed Killbeatz there.Inside the mansion, is also two (2) fully equipped recording studios where “Bebia Be Ye Ye” by Ed Sheeran, “No Dyalight” and “Boa Me” by Fuse ODG (also featuring Ed Sheeran) among other songs were recorded.
In 2013, Fuse ODG hit the scene with worldwide hit song “Azonto” which was also produced by Killbeatz. Killbeatz has since worked for Fuse ODG from the days of ‘Azonto’ untill now.
A source close to the group also told bjrlivefm.com that, Kill Beatz actually mismanaged the house which was left in his “care” and it’s in a bad shape now as compared to when it was bought.
But Management is actually of the view that, Fuse ODG’s attitude is as a result of the hatred he has for rising star King Promise who has been signed by Kill Beatz Legacy Life Records while Fuse ODG wanted the budding act to be signed to his ODG records.
Killbeatz according to a source close to management has produced a whole album for Fuse ODG which he hopes to make some hits when released somewhere in January 2018.
Interestingly, the acclaimed $1 million mansion belongs to both Fuse ODG and Kill Beatz.
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