News available to GhKings – Africa’s Vibrant Music and Lifestyle Portal indicates Ghanaian UK-based singer Fuse ODG has sacked producer Killbeatz from his mansion in East Legon, Accra.
Killbeatz (left), Ed Sheeran (middle), Fuse ODG (right) [img src:ig]In 2015, it was reported that Fuse had acquired an estimated $1 million mansion in East Legon in the nation’s capital.
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Inside the mansion is also two (2) fully equipped recording studios where “Bebia Be Ye Ye” by Ed Sheeran, “No Daylight” and “Boa Me” by Fuse ODG (also featuring Ed Sheeran) among other songs were recorded.
So Fuse ODG actually kicked Killbeatz out of his house ? What’s really going on
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According to GhKings source, the “Boa Me” singer sacked multiple award winning producer Killbeatz from his house following unethical practices in his (Fuse ODG) house.
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Nana Richard Abiona (aka Fuse ODG) while abroad was alerted of some “bad practices” including goat’s head and blood buried inside the house.
In 2013, Fuse ODG hit the scene with worldwide hit song “Azonto” which was also produced by Killbeatz.
The East Legon house which was left the in the “care” of Killbeatz while the UK-singer was away has been left in a bad shape.
Checkout photos of the two (2) Fuse ODG and Killbeatz.