CEO of Quophimens Music and ex-manager of singer Queen eShun, Stephen Mensah has said that no amount of insults hurled at him by his ex-fiance will discourage him from helping more female artistes in Ghana.
It is no more a secret that Queen eShun and Stephen Mensah were lovebirds but currently the bad blood between these two have left many showbiz enthusiasts amazed by how love can quickly turn into hatred.
“I’m a human being so sometimes I do ask myself if I should continue doing it or should I call it quit. But someone advised me some time ago and that has kept me going.
“He said some people will make bad comments about someone but you’ll realise that despite all the name tarnishing the person will still continue to rise.
“If you look at the work I’m doing with Naana Blu at the moment I think that we’re moving a step higher so I will continue to improve.
“Besides there are not many female artistes compared to the male artistes in Ghana. So it’s important that we all work hard to get more female artistes into the space.
“So we would continue to do our quota to be biased towards the women in order to get more of them into the space”.
Responding to the contractual issues which have currently entangled his new artiste Naana Blu and her former record label Darling Music Ltd, he said it’s about legal litigations which he believes are surmountable.