Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, popularly known as Obrafour has finally broken his silence on the numerous allegations leveled against him by his colleague, Yaw Labito.
Yaw Labito who is a longtime friend of the Ghanaian rap legend alleged that Obrafour neglected him during the video shoot of popular Odo song on which the latter was featured.
He further revealed how Obrafour hijacked his travel plans and failed to involve him in his recent Pae Mu Ka concert, a situation he finds disrespectful till date.
Reacting to the allegations by Yaw Labito on Zylofon FM, however, Obrafour revealed that he paid for Labito’s album and even searched for a buyer who was willing to pay GHC 7000 for his song only to get to know that Yaw had already sold the album for GHC 1000
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“How do I present a song I did not invest in? The song he is hyper about was written and composed by myself; I produced the album but Yaw Labito just chooses to be ungrateful.
If I ever wronged Yaw Labito, God should deal bitterly with me but if he wronged me, I pray God forgives him,” Obrafour angrily responded.
He further explained how he had plans of inviting Yaw Labito to his recent concert despite his rants.
Ending his phone-in conversation with Sammy Flex, he urged Labito to take the matter to court if he feels cheated in any way.
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