Ghanaian singer, Feli Nuna, has replied to Fuse ODG after he disclosed why they parted ways.
In a recent interview on 3FM, the British-Ghanaian artiste, born Nana Richard Abiona, opened up on why his working relationship with Feli ended.
He cited impatient as part of the reasons why the ‘Towel’ singer exited his Off Da Grounds Record label.
Following his statement, Feli Nuna replied in a series of tweets.
Feli asked Fuse not to confuse laziness, procrastination, negligence, incompetence or inefficiency for patience in one of her tweets.
“If for anything at all I was tooooo patient for enduring the excruciating term of the 2 year contract amidst all these challenges. And yeah you would never have guessed because I wear it well. I don’t look like what I’ve been through.
“Never confuse laziness, procrastination, negligence, incompetence or inefficiency for patience. God helps those who help themselves.
“At this point I believe Fuse ODG signed me to his label for hype. Just for show. He wasn’t ready to do the work. I really had high hopes. Fuse disappointed me tbh,” she wrote.
Read more of Feli Nuna’s tweets below.