Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, Chief Osei Bonsu, well known as Tulenkey, has questioned the contribution his former manager made before his breakthrough in the music scene.
Speaking in an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’, the ‘Fvck Boys’ composer said his song became a hit before they started working.
He revealed he footed the bills of the song that shot him to fame.
Tulenkey stated that the manager came in after he released ‘Child Abuse’ but he only paid for the video shooting and its promo.
According to him, he has not been ungrateful so his former manager should stop tagging him as such.
He bemoaned there was lack of transparency in the work that they were doing.
Tulenkey appreciated the time invested in him by his manager but refuse to accept that he made him a star.
The young musician also talked about how his ex-manager told Charterhouse not to nominate him and further asked event organizers abroad to stop putting him on their shows.