Chief Executive Officer of Slip Music, Mark Okraku-Mantey has described Nana Nakaa Mutty, Communications Director of Enas Multimedia as blockhead.
His jab comes on the back of a statement released by Enas Multimedia on Sunday which said the firm had a say in the intellectual property of highlife artiste Daasebre Gyamenah because it was managing the singer before his demise.
According to the statement, Okraku-Mantey does not have the sole right of Daasebre’s ‘Kokooko’ even though he was the producer of the song.
As such, the Slip Music boss’ decision to take legal action against Sarkodie for not seeking permission before doing a rendition of the song was wrong.
But Okraku-Mantey responding to the statement on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, Monday said Nana Nakaa Mutty has demonstrated his ignorance.
The statement from Enas Multimedia further labelled Okraku-Mantey as “hypocrite” saying, he failed to show up at the funeral of Daasebre Gyamenah but was quick to fight over intellectual property.
Reacting to that, Okraku-Mantey said he could not be at the funeral because he had lost his father. “Even if Daasebre has 40%, same as business. The one who holds higher has the say… Even if Daasebre gave them a document that they should come for his royalties from me, they still do not have the say because I own more.
And so far, nobody has introduced me to any Enas Multimedia as the representative of Daasebre. When we were filing a document at COSGA years ago, Daasebre had a next of kin. So he (Nana Nakaa Mutty) doesn’t matter in this case,” he told host, KMJ. “The guy is empty-headed. Don’t waste your time on him,” Okraku-Mantey added.
“My dad was supposed to be buried on the same 25th of November so I was also struggling with mine. So if I did not come to the funeral and stay at my small corner, you call me a hypocrite?
My right is the production; Daasebre is not my right. It has nothing to do about Daasebre, how he feels about me or how I feel about him. The young man calling himself a communicator should learn better,” he noted.