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By Theodore Nyingifa
GT Da Guitarman & Olisa Adibua
Storm Records artiste GT Da Guitarman is mad at his former boss, Beat FM OAP, Olisa Adibua, for allegedly refusing to play his songs at the station.
GT quit Storm Records in June 2011, after he complained he wasn’t receiving the desired attention and claiming the label had delayed the release of his debut album for years. The album was finally released, but he parted ways with the label shortly after, a move which caused some controversy, as Storm claimed he was still under contract.
GT, who shared his views via social network Twitter, said:
“As ma radio presenter former boss no wan gree play my song for station wey no be him papa own..Grow up boss”, another reads: “ My outlook on life is soo different now mehn..if u r God I can kiss ur a*s..if u r not, na kick to ur a*s o..”
Although he didn’t mention any names, the description clearly points to Olisa, who is also the Programs Director at Beat FM.
Going by GT’s last comment, he appears ready to go physical with his former boss.
Interestingly Adibua has also fallen out with Storm, following a bitter disagreement with CEO Obi Asika
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