Fameye reports that Climbie Afrika contacted him for a feature through Body Beatz on the song “Long Life,” which also features Kwesi Arthur’s producer.
The GHC 3,500 cost for the celebrated musician was paid by the organization. The sound came to an end.
In May 2021, Climbie Afrika supposedly got in touch with Fameye once more via Body Beatz to arrange for the music video for the song to be shot.
He asked for GHC 5,000. Both parties agreed on GH4,500.
The pre-agreed payment was made by the musical ensemble. Despite having almost a year and a half to do so, Fameye has yet to show up for the video shoot.
Body Beatz said that Fameye has consistently skipped scheduled appearances for the shoot despite his agreement to do so in an interview with Takoradi’s Connect FM’s Ato Kwamina Otoo D’Gem.
He proceeded by saying that in order to prevent Climbie Afrika from carrying out his plans to get Fameye arrested when he landed in Takoradi to perform at the Guinness Bright House Experience concert in October 2021, he would have to make every effort.
The Western Music Awards 2022’s current Music Producer of the Year continued by saying that Climbie Afrika finally ended in his arrest since they suspected he may not have paid Fameye the money, which would have caused the excessive delay.
The disgruntled music producer went on to say that the couple was no longer interested in shooting.