Following quite a while of tales that they were marked along with Mr. Eazi and Efya, the honor winning singing team R2bees has opened up on the explanation they chose to leave Starboy Entertainment.
As indicated by the previous President of the Starboy mark, it was something they endeavored to grow, yet open analysis drove them to leave it.
In a new visit with Andy Dosty on HITZ 103.9 FM, Omar Sterling clarified the purpose for their withdrawal from Wizkids overall name.
“It’s something we tried to build. I also feel like the public opinion or the perception regarding two different natives and we being legends here, I think Ghanaians did not really take it that well. We didn’t really think deep into that. Before we started the whole Starboy thing, we discussed with Wizkid. We have a serious brotherhood with him and he has his serious platform. We suggested bringing Mr. Eazi on board, and Efya was already with us. It was something I thought it was going to be really huge, but the public opinion made us as R2bees first of all step back.
According to Andy Dosty on the show, Omar Sterling remained the President of Starboy after the brouhaha, but why couldn’t he issue any statement out to inform the public about their decision.
“We are not really into issuing statements. We like people to believe in what they want to believe. Amongst us, we have a very serious movement we were trying to create, but the public kinda messed it up. I don’t really talk to the public. Who is the public any? It’s just one individual. We are the public. One one individual forms the public, so when I’m talking to one person, I feel like talking to the public. So, with the whole public opinion, we felt like it is what it is, we step back. We unofficially put it together, so Mr. Eazi wasn’t signed, R2bees wasn’t signed and Efya wasn’t signed.