Rapper and actor OJ Black has debunked rumors circulating that he has been sacked from record label LYNX Entertainment.
Speaking to TV Africa, OJ Black asserted that he is a pioneer at the record label, and there is no way he can be ejected from the label.
OJ who is popularly known for his “bad boy” role in the famous Ghanaian series “Sun City,” aside his countless hit singles, revealed that he was at the meeting where the name “LYNX Entertainment” was originated, so automatically, he is part of the founding fathers and can not be separated from the record label.
LYNX Entertainment, owned by singer and music producer Richie, has managed, developed and recorded a lot of talents in the country including female rapper Eazy, Asem, Efya, Irene Logan, Zigi, Jayla, Tinny, Okyeame Kwame, former VIP, Praye, Bradez, Obour, Becca, Reggie Rockstone, Trigmatic, Sonni Balli, EL, Jael Wiafe, Edem, Richie, OJ Black et al., and in all these works the “Biggy Boy Lover” played a significant role.
In late 2016, it was reported that the “Chale Wote” hit maker suffered a kidney failure, and was hospitalized for months, but he is currently discharged and recovering with speed.
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