We still donâ€™t understand what has happened, or what is about to happen â€“ but Kelly Hansome, who has placed several allegations on the doorsteps of Kennis music, is suddenly singing a new tune.
Sources at the label revealed thatÂ Kelly is sober and apologetic, and making desperate moves to reconcile with label bosses Keke and D 1
On Tuesday, a post on Kellyâ€™s Facebook status read,Â â€˜with respect to our new understanding, I, Kelly Hansome, sincerely apologise to Kennis music and Primetime and Mr Kenny Ogungbe aka Baba Keke for any comment, write up, publication or interview by me, directly or indirectly, that may have shown disrespect or put a hole on their reputation and respectable statusâ€¦â€™
Contacted,Â Kennis Music CEO, Kenny Ogungbe saidÂ he has â€˜no comments for nowâ€™.
A source at the label however said representatives of both parties have been meeting, and that Kelly is hoping to renew his ties with the label.
Until recently, Kelly was signed to Kennis music, where he released the hugely successful â€˜Maga Don Payâ€™. He walked out of his contract with the label in 2009, claiming he was no longer satisfied with the contract conditions, and that the label was not fulfilling its promise to him.
But time soon showed it wasnâ€™t only Kennis that Kelly had issues with â€“ in just a few months, heÂ has attacked the Mo Hits Camp, MI, Terry G and others. And he has promised that his upcoming album, titled â€˜Names of Noisemakersâ€™ will target everyone he has issues with.