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Not Any Mallam; Check Out The Man Behind “One Corner” Hit

The debate as to who is the most ungrateful between artistes and their managers has been lurking around the showbiz industry for quite a long time.

Information reaching us indicates that, “One Corner” hit maker Patapaa is reported to have parted ways with his long time manager P square1.

A source close to the camp of Patapaa has it that,Patapaa’s longtime manager(P Square1) is mad at the “one corner” composer for breaching their contract and has threaten to take legal actions against Patapaa.

Speaking to P Square1 the self aclaimed manager, he said “Patapaa showed respect to me from day one when he was not famous but immediately they came into the limelight with his “one corner” song, the act of arrogance and ungratefulness is seen on his part.

P square1 the crying manager added that, ‘I discovered Patapaa in 2014,I was his father,his brother and everything to him.I guide and financially supported him when he was nobody”.

When asked why it has taken him so long to talk about the issue three years after,he said, “I decided not to talk about Patapaa again but my worry is he has been posting pictures of me on his Facebook wall claiming I’m his manager,meanwhile he find it difficult to pick my calls” said P square 1.

He however added that “those who are reaping the fruit of my labour, they don’t know how I managed to make patapaa who he is today.. Been it spiritual support or physical.. They should be ready to bare the consequences of the fruit they never laboured for.I suffered through my “ways and means of making ‘one corner’ a hit song” said P Square1

P Square1

Source : Kumikasa.com

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