Up and coming artist, Major Levin has accused Ofori Amponsah of taking his money and not appearing in his music video as agreed.
According to the artist and his Netherlands-based management, they had a deal with ofori Amponsah and he was paid to record a track and shoot the video in Amsterdam but after the recording of the track he went to Germany. Due to that the management had a new agreement that the video would be shoot in Ghana, where Major Levin lives.
According to management, when Ofori Amponsah arrived in Ghana, he promised that after the funeral of the late Kofi B funeral, he would find time for the video shoot.
Again Ofori Amponsah shifted the date for the shoot, this time because of Nana Tuffour’s funeral. According to management the singer had taken money from them for his fuel to the location for the shoot but never showed up.
Watch Major Levin lamenting about the situation in the following interview.
The song in question is ‘Makoma’ which has been released by Major Levin online.