Tiisha Bentil, a Zylofon Music musician, has expressed her displeasure with some “so-called” consumers of Menzgold who have locked up monies with the defunct gold dealership company.
Nana Appiah Mensah, aka Nam1, is the owner of the music label, as well as the CEO of the company, which was shut down by the government in 2018.
Following this, Menzgold consumers have tried a variety of tactics to get their money, including demonstrations and stalking beneficiaries of the company and its related companies, among others.
Their rage was heightened following the signing of Tiisha, as well as dancehall performer Akiyana and rapper Obibini, whose recording deals were topped off with the introduction of brand new cars and personalized license plates.
Customers believe that all of this was done with their money. But, after months of receiving internet anger about Menzgold’s problems, Tiisha has once again set the truth right.
The singer of “True Mood” bemoaned the fact that she can’t live her life without drama simply because a company owned by the owner of her record label went bankrupt, resulting in the loss of money belonging to clients.
Every time she uploads something about her craft on the internet, people remind her about obligations owing to them by MenzGold, according to the singer.
Tiisha expressed her dissatisfaction on Twitter, writing: “I’m sick and tired of “Our Money” comments from some so-called “Menzgold customers” when I share a post of me just living my life!”
“FYI I have no relationship with the Company! I am signed to ZYLOFON music and I don’t have ANYTHING to do with MENZGOLD,” she added.