by: michael eli dokosi /

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Rapper Medikal insists his good self and colleague, Joey B have been handed a raw deal by show promoter, Papa Loggy of Loggy Entertainment fame prompting his call for the promoter to be apprehended.

“I want him arrested as soon as possible. He billed Joey B and me for a show somewhere. Before the show he told us that people did not come for the concert so we should go home but when we went to the venue, a lot of people were around. So when we got there, we performed expecting our money to be paid after the show but we didn’t see him again. We went with aeroplane so we had no cars there. Rain beat us and even damaged our laptops. I’m looking for him, its not a joke” Medikal explained to

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On cash Papa Loggy owes them, Medikal opined:

“He has to give us like GH¢20,000 plus flight tickets and a lot of things. Right now my Macbook and Joey’s things are damaged. The rain beat us so one of my friends called X2 came to rescue us. He brought us to Kumasi because we have a show with Liwin this evening. How we are to return to Accra we don’t know because we have to come by ourselves. He has caused us a great damage.”

Apparently one of the shows was rained off with Papa Loggy claiming he made a loss as no money was generated with the same rain the likely cause of the damage Medikal and Joey B suffered.

Loggy Entertainment has since offered a statement on the claims and counter claims.

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