Ghanaian music producer and sound engineer, Joseph Addison, popularly known as Killbeatz, has distanced himself from reports that he was sacked from the Accra home of UK-based Ghanaian Afrobeat musician, Fuse ODG.
According to a statement issued on Wednesday by his communication team, nothing of that sort happened. Rather, he voluntarily left Fuse’s home without stating the reason he left.
“Our attention has been drawn to some stories circulating in the media circles alleging that our brother and team member, Joseph Addison, known by his showbiz name Killbeatz, has been ‘sacked’ or ‘thrown out’ from the ODG mansion located at East Legon by Richard Nana Abiona, popularly known as Fuse ODG,” the statement indicated.
“First of all, we would like to state categorically that Killbeatz was not thrown out but left the mansion at his own will due to some business discrepancies.
Secondly, on the issue of ill rituals and the alleged ‘pot of blood’ speculations, we would like to emphatically state that Killbeatz is an astute Christian who started his early days as an instrumentalist for his church and as such would not indulge or condone any form of ungodly rituals whatsoever,” it added.
“Currently, Killbeatz and Fuse ODG still have some business together and he will continue to honour his part as a professional.
We would also like to let the fans know that Killbeatz continues to focus on his career and he will continue to serve his fans with good music and vibes,” it concluded.
The statement was, however, silent on whether there is an ongoing brawl between Killbeatz and Fuse ODG.
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