“Blaqbonez trying to use me to prosper” – TG Omori

Ace music producer, ThankGod Jesam Omori, has claimed that Hip Hop star, Emeka Akumefule also known as Blaqbonez, is using the beef with him to stay relevant in the music industry.

The videograoher said that Blaqbonez’s career has skyrocketed since he started exchanging bants with him online.

The cordial relationship between two of them went sour after the rapper complained of the fee that Omori charged him to direct the music video of his hit song ‘Back In Uni’, so he decided to shoot it by himself.

But in a chat on the episode of the Zero Conditions podcast, Omori said he is comfortable with Blaqbonez banting him on social media as long as he doesn’t go beyond boundaries.

He said; “Blaqbonez is just trying to use me to prosper. And he is my guy, so I will let him shine. ‘Emeka must shine.’

“Blaqbonez’s biggest video was the TG Omori’s banter; ‘Back In Uni.’ Everybody was trying to watch the video because he added TG. If you can’t afford TG Omori, you use TG Omori’s name.

“It’s understandable. He is my guy; not like we hang out or something. But so long as he has not been disrespectful to me, let the young n*gga shine. His career has gone up since the whole banter thing, I told him to give me 10%. But I would let it slide because we rise by lifting others.”

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CorrectNG reported earlier that TG Omori made a mockery of Blaqbonez over the video shoot for his latest song, “Like Ice Spice”.

Blaqbonez had announced the date for the shooting of the video and called on fans to show up saying it is a party and video shoot so he is looking forward to seeing people there who will be willing to dress to impress.

The artiste who directed interested persons to send a DM to his management, captioned the clip; “LIKE ICE SPICE VIDEO SHOOT TOMORROW..”

In reaction via Twitter, TG Omori who apparently watched the clip asked him if he did not have money to hire enough crowd to appear as background extras.

The ace music video director then offered to send 200 people to the location of the Hip Hop artiste’s shoot on the D-day.

He tweeted; “No budget to rent crowd? I gatchu covered. Will send 200 people to your shoot location tomorrow.”

But when the D-Day arrived, a large crowd showed up to support the rap star and in a clip that surfaced online, people could be seen vibing behind the scenes.