I will never sit on Delay Show – Okraku-Mantey
Ghanaian showbiz personality, Mark Okraku-Mantey, has disclosed that he will never allow himself to be interviewed by Deloris Frimpong Manso (Delay).
According to Okraku-Mantey, his brand positioning will not allow him to sit on Delay’s Show. Speaking on Hitz FM on Friday, as monitored by Abrantepa.com, the Slip Music boss stated that Delay’s Show is about ridiculing personalities, therefore he doesn’t qualify to appear on that show.
Okraku-Mantey (Photo credit: Starrfmonline.com)
“You will never find me on Delay Show. My brand won’t permit me to sit on her show. Where I sit, Delay’s show is about ridiculing so I don’t qualify to be on. My hard earned reputation over the years, I won’t come,” he said. Okraku-Mantey recounted that Delay invited him to come respond to Blakk Rasta after he made some utterances about him on her show, but he flatly declined the invitation. “When Blakk Rasta went to diss me on her show, she called me and said she wanted me to come and reply. I said unfortunately, I don’t reply. I can promise you that you won’t find me there. No matter what, you won’t find me there,” the Hitz FM Prgrammes manager said. Mark Okraku-Mantey was commenting on the recent media fracas involving hiplife artiste, Kuami Eugene and Patapaa which generated some controversies.
Kuami Eugene speaking recently on GHOne television, stated that he has declined calls from Patapaa’s camp inviting him for a music collaboration. The young artiste in his explanation, stated that Patapaa he didn’t want to collaborate with Patapaa for a song since his kind of music is ‘noisy’. Eugene comments attracted heavy backlash and he has since apologized to the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker. But Okraku-Mantey, further stressed that Kuami Eugene’s assessment on Patapaa was fair and did not err in any way. “Relatively, if you listen to Kuami Eugene’s songs and that of Patapaa, Eugene will be in a position of speaking like that because of the way he records. Depending on your orientation, you can see somebody’s song as noise,” he added