‘I deserve what is rightfully mine’ – Harrysong calls out his ex-label boss, Kcee over his royalties

Nigerian singer, Harrysong has criticized his former label boss, Kingsley Okonkwo, better known as Kcee, regarding issues with his royalties.

Glamsquad recalls that Harrysong and Kcee parted ways in 2016 for controversially leaving the record label.

In a series of posts on his Instagram story, Harrysong stated that he is appealing to the 5 Star music boss, to refund his money and release his songs.

Sharing more details, Harrysong asserted that for the past seven years, he has been receiving 100 percent of his royalties and has assumed control over the rights to his songs. Describing him as a bully, he appealed to him to treat him fairly and provide him with what rightfully belongs to him.

“For more than 7 years now, he’s been the one collecting 100 percent of my Royalties from Reggae Blues, baba for the Girls, samankwe, better Pikin, oteshe, and call my bag songs. He collects one hundred percent of all my royalties. It’s not fair.

“At least, he can take his percentage and give me what is rightfully mine. I started this by begging na beg I dey beg am, I know he likes to bully, he’s the power mike, help me beg him, he should at least be fair to give me what is rightfully mine.

“May God not let us work and another man just be reaping our hard end sweet in Jesus name”.

Taking to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, he further tweeted,

“Y’all help me beg him. I deserve what is rightfully mine. It’s not hair him collecting all my royalties 100 💯 percent. Not fair at all. Don’t insult him. Pls help me beg him”.

'I deserve what is rightfully mine' - Harrysong calls out his ex-label boss, Kcee over his royalties

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