After Choirmaster, a former member of defunct trio music group, Praye accused ex-Ghanaian Black star striker, Prince Tagoe of failing to pay debt he owed the group upon the purchase of their “Angelina” album years ago, Cartel Big J also a member of the Praye has taken swipe at his former colleague.
Speaking on Pluzz FM Monday, Cartel Big J stated that since Choirmaster is no more part of the group he has no right to express his sentiment on behalf of the group.
According to him, the group had no scores to settle with the Former Black Stars player and so were stunned when Choirmaster accused the footballer of owing them.
Choirmaster said this on his facebook official fan page
“This picture reminds me of how the whole story changed after we had won a competition that promised 1.5 billion as winning package, this picture reminds me of how certain people made fortunes off us and left us in the dark.
This picture reminds me of how we had to sleep in a car very late in the night on our way to the studio because we short common diesel as champions of an international musical competition.
This picture reminds me of how PRINCE TAGOE the footballer has refused to pay the remaining part payment of only 30,000ghc (15000) for purchasing ANGELINA album and goes about claiming he is rich
This picture reminds me of how certain people couldn’t cherish, recognised my worth, talent and hardwork to let it go, this picture reminds me of how rich people thought we were and how broke they “THINK” I am today.
This picture reminds me of how some good people have “HOOKED ME UP” From then till now, this picture reminds me of how far God has brought me, still alive and kicking giving my choristerz the best of me, thank God I am not where I used to be I’m stronger now because you HOOKED ME UP. ?
#?NewMusic ?#?Hookmeup drops soon watchout choristerz we ain’t sleeping this year! ?#?celebrityhall ?#?BLUEROZEentertainment.”