Fresh from the release of Martell Cypher 2, some reports are today indicating that MI Abaga is no longer the CEO of Chocolate City.
This reports comes courtesy of Pulse who say a source revealed this to them.
“This was after (the) Warner Music (deal) came into play. Audu (Maikori) made moves to come back to the label. M.I. has since left his role as CEO of Chocolate City. He should announce his new company soon” the Pulse report reads.
Neither Audu Maikori nor MI Abaga have come out to refute these reports or verify them, so we are still in the dark about what really happened.
Chocolate City was founded in 2005 by Audu Maikori along with Paul Okeugo and Yahaya Maikori. MI was named as CEO in 2015.
This comes hot on the heels of the controversy regarding Xenophobia that MI found himself a part of, with many Nigerians claiming that he took sides with the South African during the incident.
The rapper had to come out to apologize in a series of tweets and he also responded to Burna Boy who had put him on blast trying to explain why he tweeted what he did.
“I love you and respect you too bro!! Today is such a sad day and it hurts.. somehow I hope we can come out of this with your dream of ‘one africa’ still alive!!!” He said in a tweet directed at Burna Boy.
He also spoke to the Punch where he again clarified what he was going for in his tweets stating that he personally doesn’t know AKA to be a xenophobe and that he was in no way endorsing the attacks on Nigerians.
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