As earlier reported, erstwhile Five Star Record signee, Harrysong has tendered an apology over an outburst considered inappropriate following the contractual disagreement he had with his former label.
The troubled singer and his manager, Desmond Ike have finally been released from police custody after they were both arrested on the orders of Kcee who said a statement released by Harrysong after he was initially arrested did not go down well with him.
And in fulfilling one of the conditions of his release, Harrysong has tendered a video apology to his former employers over the whole matter which has threatened to tear whatever bond the parties involved have shared in the past.
In the video, the singer who first got arrested and was later released following the orders of his old employers on grounds of severally flouting contractual agreement signed with the management said; “I want to say I’m sorry Kcee, I’m sorry to Five Star Music for all the statements I said in anger, I’m sorry. I miss my family, you don’t expect me to be fighting with my family forever. Kcee and E-Money I love you so much. Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m back to my family’.
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