KK Fosu throws some hot jabs at Rex Omar, chairman of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO).
KK Fosu emphasized that, Rex Omar, one of the pioneers of highlife music and current GHAMRO chairman, is chopping musicians money and growing fat left, right and center.
According to KK Fosu, Rex Omar was given the mandate to help revive the sinking Ghana Music Industry but unfortunately he has forgotten about his call to help the somewhat deprived industry and has taking advantage of the poor Ghanaian musicians money.
He told host of Showbiz Agenda, Sammy Flex, “We all saw Uncle Rex before he became GHAMRO president. Now look at him, he has grown big because he is enjoying good money.”
KK Fosu alleged that, the “Abiba” hit maker is one of the initiators for the “highlife will survive” agenda, however, he seems to have obliterated the plan from his activities.
“We were all fighting for the same cause. I hope Uncle Rex hasn’t forgotten that”, he added.
KK Fosu took to Zylofon 102.1 FM’s Showbiz Agenda to address his issues with the music industry, where he took some industry players on, for causing harm to the industry.
He mentioned, George Quaye of Chaterhouse, Rex Omar and a few others as those whose wrongdoings are affecting Ghana’s music industry negatively.
Rex Omar is currently in his second year after been sworn into office as the president for the Ghana Music Rights Organization.
The highlife legend is well noted for songs like, “Obo Do Ba”, “Abiba”, “Daabi Da”, “Konka”, “Dada”, “Kokonte”, “Sika”, “Lady”, and a hoard of other songs.