Local deejay D Jay Fikie has released an official statement about his managerial relationship with the youngest rapper on the block Patrick Ssenyonjo, a.k.a Fresh Kid.

According to D Jay Fikie, he admits having introduced the seven-year-old rapper to mainstream media and having booked all the interviews he appeared on because he had spotted immense talent in the kid.

But due to a fallout between him and a one Frank, the CEO of De Texas Management where Fresh Kid is signed, he decided to officially call it quits for reasons he withheld to himself.

I introduced Fresh Kid to mainstream media, that I admit.
I booked almost all his first interviews because I had spotted some great talent in him but I would like to bring this to your notice that I no longer work with Fresh Kid for reasons I can’t spout out.

D Jay Fikie

D Jay Fikie, legally known as Shafik Ramanathan, advised Fresh Kid’s current team to let the kid first attain education rather than booking him gigs in bars and nightclubs.

His resignation will definitely answer the public’s question of when does the kid go to school.

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