Former signee of Burniton Music Group, Kelvyn Boy, says he did nothing wrong which led to his dismissal from the Burniton Music Group.

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM’s DayBreak Hitz, Friday, Kelvyn Boy said it was the decision of the new management to terminate his contract and he respects it after being faithful to the camp since he was signed unto the record label.

“When I saw the letter, I said that anything that happens in life, we still have to give thanks to God for everything. It’s a new management and so they have the right to take any decision. Maybe the new management does not like me or the way I do my things.

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“When I was with the old management, they never complained and nothing happened. No bad sign. I don’t know what I did wrong. There was no reason for that decision they took. I thought I was grateful all these years and everyone who knows me can attest to the fact things I have done all these years have been about Bhim Nation but I don’t know my offence and there is no reason,” he said.

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This not withstanding, the ‘Mea’ hitmaker stressed that he will continue to do his best with the mentorship he had from the Burniton Music Group Label. 

“I was even a fan before I met Stonebwoy. He will forever remain my mentor and my hero,” he added.

On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, Kelvyn Boy was axed from the Burniton Music Group over what management termed bad conduct.

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Source: | Dorcas Abedu-Kennedy