The man behind the hit song ‘I dey mad oo’ that brought the hiplife group R2Bees in the limelight has revealed he feels “hurt” by the treatment meted out to him.
UnderGee Melody said he has decided to keep mum over the group’s decision to sideline him due to his “loyalty”.
The hiplife sensation has since the ‘I dey mad oo’ hit gone under the waters with little appearance in public with its leaders Paedae and Mugeez.
It was rumoured that he had broken ranks with the group, a gossip he has since debunked. The award-winning Tema-based group has churned out numerous hit after their breakthrough song including ‘It’s all right’, ‘Adjei’, ‘Bayla trap’, ‘Kill me softly’ amongst others – all these songs have been minus UnderGee Melody.
The ‘Putuu’ hit maker told POPE Skinny on the Kasahari Level show that he has made his concerns known to the leaders of the group and hopes the issues will be resolved soon.
He admitted every family goes through trying times at a point and his is not different therefore he is not ready to talk about them