Yaa Jackson will never get a hit song under her new label – Former manager


The former manager of young sensational Kumawood actress and musician, Yaa Jackson is currently not a happy man as he begins to rain curses on her.According to Okyeame Akwadaa Nyame who is now the former manager, the singer signed for a new record label when she already had a running contract with him.He revealed that he felt sidelined and disrespected by Yaa Jackson after he invested so much to bring her into the spotlight.

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The story as gathered by Ghpage.com reveals how the former manager is fuming with anger and anxiety for what he feels a betrayal from the burgeoning musician.,However Ghpage.com had earlier reported that Yaa Jackson signed a deal with B Magic Empire owned by Ghanaian Footballer, Boakye Yiadom and was given a brand new saloon car with a huge amount of money.Observing from records, the Kumawood actress never benefited all these under her former management and perhaps, that influenced her move to overlook her former record label.

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But in a video going rounds on social media, Nyame has lamented the twist of things saying the “Tear Rubber” hitmaker is an opportunist who has made his investment go down the drain.
According to Mr. Nyame, he discovered Yaa from underground and nurtured her music career to the point that she has become popular.

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He later anxiously rain curses on her, saying she would never be able to make hit songs under her new management.
“For Yaa Jackson to get a hit song under B Magic Empire will be synonymous to building castles in the air – it’ll be impossible!” Nyame cursed.

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In other headlines, the father of the young musician had earlier said he supports his daughter’s way of dress and grooming.According to him, she was acting under instructions for fame and called on Ghanaians to desist from overly criticizing her.