My Music Career Was Ruined By My ‘Dubious’ Team – Terry G

Terry G Music Career
My Music Career Was Ruined By My Dubious Team – Terry G

Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record executive, Gabriel Oche Amanyi popularly known as Terry G has aired out the decline of his music career to his ‘deceitful team,’ alleging that they undermined his endeavors.

In an Instagram post shared via his account on Sunday, January 28, Terry G accused his former management of confirming bookings without his knowledge and failing to reimburse for shows he didn’t attend.

Furthermore, he extended apologies to the affected show promoters and Disc Jockeys, popularly known as DJs.

The Akpako Master crooner wrote “To all show promoters. I worked with a dubious team (managers) which created a false narrative about me. They accepted bookings without me being aware & even refused to refund shows I didn’t attend and put the blame on me without my knowledge.

I am only but human and I use this platform to apologize for all that. I’m happy to clear this out as it has been reasons why y’all haven’t been hearing or seeing Terry G. Thank you.

Declaring his freedom from the ban imposed on him in the past by DJs, Terry G divulged;

To all deejays. I have been cleared from the ban I had years ago. I have settled, I’m putting this out for the great ones who haven’t heard the information since 2020 to know that I’m no longer banned by the DJ association.”

Recall that Terry G is widely known for his eccentric dress sense, controversial lyrics, and awkward identity. He has been described by The Punch as “one of the world’s weirdest singers”, by Vanguard, and by Channels TV as the “craziest musician” in Nigeria.

His departure from the musical field will be missed by a lot of his listeners and fans, hopefully, the musical sensation will keep us entertained in another diversion.

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