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NAM1 buys expensive vintage limousine for his new artiste, Tiisha

A video of Zylofon Music’s latest signing, Tiisha, being given special treatment with photoshoots and limousine rides has popped up on social media. The new addition to the top-notch lists of artistes who have worked with the outfit is seen walking majestically toward a limo that was branded with Zylofon Music. Tiisha appears to have been on a media tour as she is seen leaving the building that houses some of the Despite Media Group radio and TV stations.

As she nears the limo, a driver opens the door for her and she immediately zooms into a photoshoot session. She is flanked by many workers of the record label and a number of cameras are pointed at her as she gives some poses. It is yet to be ascertained if indeed the limousine was bought purposely for Tiisha or if it was going to be used by other artistes of the popular record label. Tiisha was styled in a rather exotic wine dress and was made up so beautifully as the video clearly showed her beaming with smiles.

Not too long ago, Tiisha was unveiled at an elaborate ceremony that had top stars like Stonebwoy in attendance. For the first time in a long while, Nana Appiah Mensah (famed as NAM1), the CEO of Zylofon Music and Menzgold Ghana Limited, was spotted attending the unveiling of his new artiste amid heavy security presence. After the signing, social media users, specifically Menzgold customers who have their funds locked up with the firm, were up in arms over the move. They could not fathom why NAM1 would spend money on a new artiste instead of paying locked-up cash of Menzgold’s clients.

In a quick rebuttal, NAM1 indicated in a social media post that he was only working with the avenues open to him to raise funds to offset some of the debts he owed. He went on to indicate that a chunk of the locked-up cash had already been disbursed to some clients of the now-defunct gold dealership firm.

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