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I’m not hurt by Sadiq Abdulai’s decision, we didn’t come to an agreement- King promise



“Chop Life” hitmaker, King Promise has stated that he is not in anyway ‘hurt’ by 3 Music C.E.O, Sadiq Adbdulai’s decision to blacklist him on all his channels.

King Promise’s comments come following Sadiq Abdulai’s outburst after he failed to show up to perform at his ‘Wildaland’ concert.

As reported earlier, King Promise was billed to perform at Wildaland concert organised by Sadiq and his team. However, due to many reasons, King Promise failed to show up for reasons unknown.

Sadiq, was forced to air out his grievances and the treatment he got from King Promise’s team after the conversation of Ghanaians not supporting their own came up.


Right after that, he also shared that he had blacklisted anything related to the “Sisa” hitmaker on all his platforms.

Commenting on Sadiq’s decision, King Promise stated that he would only be hurt by the decision if he had done something wrong.

According to him, an agreement was not finalised, hence, his absence from the concert.

“I’m not hurt by what he did. When you have done something, then it gets to you, but I haven’t done anything. I was looking forward to performing at Wildaland. It looked beautiful, but we didn’t come to an agreement,” he stated in an interview with TV3’s Berla Mundi.


He continued;

“Sadiq is a very integral part of the industry. I’ve known him even before I blew up. I have not spoken to him in a long time. The last time he came around, I didn’t know he had a problem with me.”

The “Sisa” hitmaker also noted the importance of not creating division amongst folks in the industry.

“I’m not about tearing down. We are already behind when it comes to a whole lot of stuff. So we can’t be promoting division. For me, I will never speak on anything. Some people know I won’t speak on anything. So they go ahead and say whatever they want to say,” he added.


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