Agbaakin title controversy: I don’t owe anybody apology

The director of  Coporate Affairs of  Saheed Osupa Organisation, Adeola Okunola, has condemned in strong terms a report which said the Fuji singer was in trouble over Agbaakin Omole title, which he was said to have claimed in a new video.

Okunola, in a statement, said Osupa did not owe the Omole community any apology, adding that the singer had never claimed to be the Agbaakin of Omole but that of Ojodu and he will not claim so, unless he is installed as such.

“To set the record straight, Osupa does not owe the community any apology. He has never claimed to be the Agbaakin of Omole but that of Ojodu. And he will not claim so, unless he is installed as such,” the statement said.

According to him, the marketer, in a bid to make quick sales may have used the titled. “We all know how marketers do their work. The monarch in the disc is that of Ojodu and not Omole. He sang it in his music?. They should go and watch the disc, again before coming out to spill unfounded lies.”

Osupa was said to have allegedly portrayed himself as Agbaakin of ?Omole and as such, had been asked to apologise before seven days or risk being sued.

Okunola stated further that the threat was laughable, urging those behind it to get serious with work. “It is laughable. If they are playing, they should stop the joke. While we are not saying that some people might have motivated them to issue such in order to malign the soaring popularity of our principal, we urge the community leaders and stakeholders to listen to the said album again. “