Recording artiste Squash,  along with his 6ix camp and manager Heavy D are in hot water after production house Studious Entertainment accused them of shady business practices. 

 Now the  manager/promoter was all over the Internet like rice grain this  weekend after Studious entertainment  went public with claims he collected money from the label for Squash to voice a song but did not deliver. The label shared some voice notes on social media from Heavy D and receipts showing the transactions on their official Instagram page. The story has since been getting hotter, with Heavy D allegedly saying his relationship with the 6ix camp has been damaged due to the information shared by Studious. 

In one of the alleged voice notes shared on Studious Instagram account, Heavy D blamed the label for causing a rift between himself and the 6ix camp. “Memba say you put out things pon me and done my time wid the man them so you do your destruction and I hope you understand say you do your destruction and remember say everything cool inno my yout,” Heavy D said. The promoter added in another Voice note, “You put it in a way where me cyan go work with the 6ix them anymore and nobody at all for them because the man them say boy me can’t work wid him again because you put out that but everything cool.” 

The Zee reached out to Heavy D where he stated that he could not have survived in the entertainment business for over 30 years if he was staling artists money.