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Ma-E Speaks Of His Relationship With K.O & Failing To Run Cashtime

Ma-E Speaks Of His Relationship With K.O & Failing To Run Cashtime.
Rapper Ezee Manabe popularly known as Ma-E has finally opened up about what really went down with record label Cashtime Life Entertainment which he claimed he failed to sustain, healso commented on his relationship with former music partner fell rapper K.O.

“I got alot of negativity from social media and the people involved. I took a knock. I was part of the business and the fact that I had released an album while things were happening and people were leaving. People were saying that I couldn’t run a company and that I could not be a businessman and artists at the same time,” he said Speaking to TshisaLive.

He further added how weak he was as a leader. “You discuss about something and you suggest something but there are two other people going another direction so the company goes that way. At the end of the day when everything falls apart, everyone has to take the blame. I also had to take the blame because I was not strong enough. I wasn’t harsh enough as a leader. I didn’t fight for things I should have.”

The Ugogo hitmaker didn’t let his failure bring him down instead he rose from it and established his own record company. He had just recently released his album 212 which he said was about showing people that you can move on. The album is having such a positive reception from Hip Hop enthusiasts.

“It was a surprise for fans because I have been promising them all year that I would be releasing music after what happened with Cashtime. For me, this album is about showing people that you can move on and look forward. That is me, I know that when things are bad, I just have to move on and pray to God that things will work out. And they have.”

Commenting on his relationship with K.O he clarified that there’s actually no bad blood between them.

“He is my brother. I call him all the time and we speak out our careers. In business, things didn’t go well but he will remain my brother. He knows what he did wrong and I know what I did wrong but I still rely on him and value his advice,” concluded Ma-E.

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