Dr. Roy Denies Mercy Chinwo Criticism, Targets Label Executive

Dr. Roy Denies Mercy Chinwo Criticism, Targets Label Executive
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Music producer Dr. Roy has refuted claims of calling out popular gospel singer Mercy Chinwo for unpaid royalties. In a video on Instagram, he cautioned bloggers to be careful about their posts, clarifying that his grievances were directed at record label executive Ezekiel ThankGod, commonly known as ‘Eezee T’, the owner of Eezee T Concept, and not at Mercy Chinwo.

Dr. Roy stated that both he and Chinwo had experienced difficulties with Eezee T, and Chinwo had been supportive during challenging times, including when his father was ill. Dr. Roy’s response comes in the wake of trending reports alleging that he criticized Mercy Chinwo for allegedly neglecting him after producing her hit songs during an appearance on the podcast show ‘Honest Bunch with Nedu’.

Dr. Roy Denies Mercy Chinwo Criticism, Targets Label Executive
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    He was quoted as saying, “Mercy Chinwo and I worked on her ‘Excess Love’ project and other tracks for 22 hours straight for days, and I didn’t get my royalties. When my father was sick, I called Mercy to assist me, and all she said was, ‘He’ll be fine’.”

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    However, Dr. Roy, in a video message, denied making any disparaging remarks about Mercy Chinwo. As of the time of filing this report, Eezee T had not responded to Dr. Roy’s claims.

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