It seems talent manager, Kama Ivan has finally given up on wantaway star, Pallaso, after getting knifed.

Kama Ivan has tried to legally squeeze Pallaso but his efforts have so far yielded nothing.

A fortnight ago Pallaso came out to reveal why fired Kama, a person he started working with in 2019.

The self-styled Sucker Free Boss and CEO Team Good Music (TGM) disclosed that Karma Ivan was the first to bleach the contract when he stopped fulfilling his obligations as the manager.

He further revealed that when Kama took him on, they both agreed that he would inject money in him and would later cash-in from bookings. But when Covid19 started biting, Sevo issued an immediate ban on public shows and events. Artists spent about two years without performing on stage and with this, Kama also stopped giving Pallaso financial support, since he wasn’t sure of earning.

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With the chances of the pair burying the hatchet and resume working together seemingly hanging by the thread, Kama Ivan has found solace in a new promising star, Opa Fambo.

Wasting no time, Kama has gotten Opa Fambo to work, with the new dancehall jam, Mbatumideko, already on the market.

Listening to Mbatumideko, it evokes memories of the 2015-2016 on-form Ziza Bafana. The audio is produced by decorated producer Nessim of Short Gun records.

Check out the sample of Mbatunideko by Oba Fambo below;