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I Was Homeless When I left Tinny Entertainment – Ycee

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Ycee seems to be finally ready to spill out all that happened between him and his former label, Tinny entertainment, with his post and video going from Instagram post to Periscope.

Speaking further about the issue, Ycee revealed he left Tinny with zero funds and that threw him to a homeless state because there was no cash to rent a place for himself.

The rapper revealed that he had to stay with his family those times people thought he was chilling in the States because there was no cash to rent a place but when he finally decided to cut ties with Tinny, he got a place in less than two months.

He said: “Music for me has partly been about making money and about enjoying the ride, touching people’s lives and doing what I had to do. So I walked away from my catalogue, walked away from everything, and started from ground zero.

“When I left Tinny Entertainment I was homeless, all the time I spent out of the country last year, I was with my family in Maryland in the U.S. I couldn’t come back to Nigeria because I was homeless. I didn’t have a house. Since 2017 I’ve been homeless and once I decided I wanted to leave Tinny Entertainment, under a month, I got my own place. Paid for fully by me… I didn’t do anything, I didn’t call nobody out last year, I didn’t rant, I didn’t say anything about anyone, I did what I had to do, I took my L. But one thing I won’t stand for is when someone chooses to be delusional and create their own reality.

“On several occasions, time after time, I’m running into people telling me Tinny is saying this and that about you or you’ll be in a conversation with Tiny and four times out of five Ycee comes up… if you miss me just say you miss me.”

Earlier Ycee had slammed his former record label, Tinny Entertainment, for reaping off the hard work of artistes without acknowledging or even paying them for it, especially in the area of streaming.

This slam came in a lengthy post after Tinny Entertainment posted a celebratory post on Instagram, celebrating 100 million cumulative streams via different platforms without mentioning any of the artistes that made it possible.

Reacting to his post, Ycee called out his former label, Tinny Entertainment, saying he could no longer keep quiet while such was happening.

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