The management of Ghanaian musician Bandana, SM Records has called on the management of Flex Newspaper to withdraw the publication about their artiste yesterday.
On Tuesday, April 2, the said paper published an exclusive story which the dancehall artiste is purported to have claim Samini’s ‘Azonto’ song [a cover to P-Square’s ‘Alingo’] is “childish.”
The management has since distanced themselves from the publication and has therefore called on the media house to withdraw the issue and re-issue a new publication to apologize to the artiste together with the management SM Records.
In what the management envisage as a plot against their artiste, they warned the media not to engage in such acts.
“They should just remember who Jah bless no one curse…They have started the sabotage again…,” they said.
Bandana is currently on set shooting a video for his single “Talk Too Much.”
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