How Tubaba’s ex-manager prevented him from helping my career – Dammy Krane

Nigerian singer, Dammy Krane has claimed that Tubaba’s immediate past manager, Efe Omorogbe was a stumbling block to his success.

He recalled being signed to Hypertek Music and alleged that Efe was the reason Innocent Idibia also known as Tubaba did not help him.

Tubaba Dammy Krane

Dammy Krane disclosed this through Twitter while reacting to the news of the ‘African Queen’ crooner’s split from Omorogbe, his longtime manager.

He shared a screenshot of an old report concerning the matter in question and wrote: “This man was the reason why 2baba didn’t do the things he planned to do for me while I was signed to Hypertek. Thank God.”

Few days ago, it was reported that 2Baba parted ways with his manager, Efe Omorogbe after 20 years of partnership. He represented by his new management company, Hypertek Digital.

Meanwhile, in another news…

Nigerian producer and artiste Samuel Oguachuba, popularly known as Samklef, has said he is a victim of cancel culture which was allegedly spearheaded by popular singer, Banky W.

He said he was black listed in the Nigerian music industry after Banky used one of his contacts in the media industry.

Samklef made the allegations in a post on his Twitter page while chiding the EME boss for remaining silent on the Mohbad and Naira Marley saga.

The music producer alleged that Banky W was silent on the calls for justice for late rapper Mohbad, because he also bullied his former signees. Samklef said he has forgiven the music executive but decided to speak up so others can learn from his experience.

He wrote; “Banky W, the individual who initiated my personal cancel culture in 2012 with one of his friends in Soundcity…He is now a pastor lol. Fellow artists, it’s time to share your genuine experiences! Don’t hesitate!

The reason many of them remain quiet about this matter is that they are aware of their own involvement. They were not just violent like Naira Marley! I have forgiven but I will still tell my story so that other people can learn.”