By Oluwatoyin Adeleye
Wizkid has taken another swipe at his former UK management company, Disturbing London on Twitter.
Replying to a question posed by a fan on Twitter, Starboy snapped at the UK management company owned by Dumi Oburota, who used to handle his business stating;
“Nah f*** disturbing london and Dumi oburota. Never talking abt dat. dem criminals.”
He then followed it up with another tweet quoting a line from his recent song, Bad Energy with UK rapper, Skepta, “Bad Energy stay Far away”.
Back in June 23, Wizkid had called out Disturbing London, asking people not to do business with the management company.
“Don’t do business with Disturbing London kidsssss…. Criminal operation”, he posted on his twitter page [@wizkidayo]
Even though the reasons for the outburst falling out is yet uncertain, many began to wonder when exactly did the relationship fall apart and the person behind the outfit, Disturbing London.
Sometime in 2012, Wizkid signed a management deal with Disturbing London, a UK based platform. But six years down the line, all does not seem to be going well in the house that was built on friendship and African connections.
Disturbing London is a management company owned by Dumi Oburota, a music/fashion mogul and winner of the Black British Business Awards Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006, alongside the artist he manages, Nigerian/British rapper, Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu, popularly known as Tinie Tempah.
Disturbing London comprises artiste management, record label services, publishing, fashion design, brand partnerships, event curation and digital services; spanning music artists and music marketing.
The company manages several artistes like Tinie Tempah himself, A2, DJ Charlesy, Yungen, Yxng Bane, J Warner and Nigeria’s Wizkid.
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