By Simon Asare, GNA
Accra, July 7, GNA - Ghanaian singer and rapper, Peter Fameye, has said, he has amicably resolved issues with his manager, Ogidi Brown and currently working on new projects.
News broke last week that the sensational act, has left his record label, OGB Music, after a heated argument with his manger in a viral video, which allegedly led to slap incident.
But Famaye in an interview with GNA Entertainment, refuted claims of him slapping his manager, but demonstrated remorse for his actions that led to the heated argument.
''I have resolved everything with my management and we have started working on new things,'' Fameye told GNA Entertainment.
''I want to apologize to Ghanaians especially my fans and my management as well. They should forgive me with regards to whatever that happened.
''I'm human and it can happen to anyone even though I didn't slap anyone but I have moved on,'' he added.
He also urged artistes managers in Ghana, to be clear in the dealings with their acts to prevent any form of misunderstandings that could tarnish the image of its record label.
Fameye is out with a new banger titled ''Mati'' which currently making waves and was produced by ''Liquid Beatz''.GNA