Serious tension is mounting between gospel musician, Isaiah Ampong and hi-life legend, Daddy Lumba, over album launch proceeds.
Lumba and Ampong in 2015 collaborated to come out with an album entitled ï¿½Hosannaï¿½ calling themselves Kwadwo & Kwadwo.
Checks by Adom FMï¿½s Entertainment Hall indicate that the duo is not in good terms after the launch of the album.
Investigations have revealed that Daddy Lumba has not made things clear to Ampong after the album launch that happened in 2015. Ampong is also said to have received nothing from the launch and album sales proceeds.
It has also been revealed that about twenty thousand copies of CDs have so far been sold making the album very scarce on the market.
The cost of the album according to Adom FM is estimated to be GHï¿½31,000. Again, Lumba and his team were reported to have run away with the proceeds generated at the album launch held at the Glorious Waves International without making Ampong aware whiles Lumba did not contribute towards the launch.
Ampong according to our source is still not privy to the exact amount generated from the launch which could be over GHï¿½100,000.
It has also been established that since the launch, Lumba is said not to be responding to the latterï¿½s call.
When the issue emerged, some key Men of God have tried solving it but Lumba is seemed not to be reasoning up. Due to this, one of the Pastors who donated GHï¿½10,000 during the launch of the ï¿½Hossanaï¿½ album launch is calling for the return of the money since he believes it has gone to the wrong hands.
Ampong who has not yet spoken on the matter is poised to ï¿½vomitï¿½ out some secrets if Lumba does not give him his share.
Attempt made to contact Lumbaï¿½s camp proved futile since the manager did not pick his phone.
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