In a tell-all interview with Graphic Showbiz, singer Itz Tiffany has revealed that she was disappointed at Fuse ODG’s handling of her 2014 mixtape leakage.
According to her, she had hoped he was more supportive in the face of that challenge as they had gone beyond mere acquaintance:
“I felt hurt by Fuse ODG’s decision to cancel the deal considering the fact that besides the Azonto and Spanner singles which we dropped together; we were almost like brother and sister”.
“He was aware of the type of guy my ex was, and all the things he was capable of doing, so I expected him to at least put in a word or two for me. In fact, I least expected them to back out of the deal. I was heartbroken,” she lamented.
She has insisted though, that she has picked up the pieces, and is moving on:
“After the scandal, I dropped a couple of singles, namely, Forgive Them and Sagaa which featured Joey B. Despite not being in the country for very brief periods and not doing any interviews and promos, my fans still showed massive support for my work,”
Born Tiffany Owusu, Itz Tiffany achieved wide acclaim for her 2013 collaboration with Fuse ODG: Azonto . Their 2014 follow-up, Spanner, also received critical reception.
Its Tiffany was set to sign a lucrative deal with Fuse’s ODG label, but the deal has since fallen through owing to what she’s painfully convinced is her sextape leaking into social media in 2014.
Itz Tiffany is currently promoting her latest single Give Them, which features Nigeria’s Dammy Krane. She’s currently signed to her independent imprint.
–Gabriel Myers Hansen/ENEWSGH