Former gospel singer Weezdom says there is no rift between him and musician Kevin Bahati following his decision to quit as his manager.
The former EMB signee announced his exit from Bahati’s management team last Friday as he thanked him for the opportunity to work with him.
Weezdom’s decision to walk out comes as Bahati is busy trying to finish up his latest album and he has already formed a new team to manage him following.
In his post, Weezdom maintained that the two remain best of friends owing to their long history together but time had come for him to chat a different path.
Bahati has wished him well in his future endeavors, even as word had been doing rounds that the two might have fallen out but had a gentleman’s agreement to part ways amicably.
Speaking to Nairobi News, Weezdom dismissed the narrative as baseless insisting that there is no bad blood between him and his ‘brother’.
“I have utmost respect for Bahati, we have a long history. He discovered me and let me to his home although at some point we fell out and I know I betrayed him. But we worked out things and our relationship has never been better,” Weezdom explained.
On why he quit, Weezdom stated that it was for self-growth.
“I have been on the shadows of Bahati for a while and have had a number of opportunities coming my way. I got offers on a number of jobs that I’m currently considering before taking them up and this is the reason I quit to concrete on these new endavours,” he clarified.
Bahati appointed Weezdom to be his manager in June 2020 after the former quit doing music.