Until recently, Afrobeats artiste, Fuse ODG and producer, Killbeatz were as thick as thieves with a brotherly bond that existed outside the studio wheere they had collaborated on several hit tracks.
However, things fell apart when in December last year, it was reported that Fuse had thrown Killbeatz out of his home at East Legon in Accra.
The news was first reported by pmolley.com, which said Killbeatz was evicted from the house for flouting some “rules” given by Fuse ODG.
Among the many complaints Fuse ODG was said to have received was that Killbeatz regularly brought his friends to the house who displayed behaviour unacceptable to the UK-based musician.
But speaking to Hitz FM on Saturday, the artiste dismissed the report he threw Killbeatz out saying it was untrue.
He admitted that there was a misunderstanding between them but it was not like how it was reported in the media.
“Family members and friends will always have misunderstandings but I prefer we leave it at that,” he stated.
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Fuse with some friends at the East Legon house where Killbeatz lived
Fuse ODG’s comments contradict an earlier submission from a source in Killbeatz’s camp when the issue came up for discussion on Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda in December.
The host, Sammy Flex indicated that a member of Killbeatz's camp who spoke to the producer of the show confirmed that he had indeed been thrown out of the house.
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“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 said at the time.
He further noted that a source from Killbeatz’s camp said Fuse ODG was unhappy about Killbeatz’s performance as his sound engineer and producer.
Born Nana Richard Abiona, Fuse ODG is best known for his 2013 single, Antenna which peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart.
Among the many songs he’s known for are Dangerous Love, Million Pound Girl, Boa Me, Antenna,