By Ahmed Boulor
Fast rising street hop act CDQ has decided to pull the plug on the management contract he signed with Tunji Balogun aka Tee Billz’s 323 Entertainment management group.
The energetic performer who has been under Teebillz’s management since January this year announced in an interview he granted Hip TV, saying he decided to part way with Teebillz after he could no longer reach him following his breakup with his wife Tiwa Savage.
“About me and Teebillz, I mean, me and Teebillz are still good. Still cool, we are family. But I’m straight like that, I am real. I have not been able to talk to him for a very long time – since the incident that happened. I tried to send him a message but it wasn’t going through and everything. So I had to move on with my life. You know.
“I’ve got an ambition and for no reason would I allow anything to lock that down. I am a goal getter and I can’t allow anything to slow me down. So that’s it! Me and Teebillz are still cool, we are still family. I’m a street guy; I have got to move on. That is what matters the most. My career comes first before anything else.” CDQ said.
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