Mark Okraku-Mantey, the CEO of Slip Music, has disclosed that he will never allow himself to be interviewed by Deloris Frimpong Manso on the Delay Show.
Okraku-Mantey, better known as Slip is a pioneer in the music industry and has been accepted as one of the successful producers in the Ghanaian Music Industry.
A few albums that have been under his umbrella are Nana Tuffour’s -‘Tontonte’, Kojo Ashkan’s -‘Me Nso Ato Biso’, Felix Bell’s -‘Butterfly’ and Ohene Kissi’s -‘Kabiribi Kyere Me’.
He is also the executive producer of the comedy series ‘Efiewura’.
According to the Ghanaian Showbiz personality Okraku-Mantey, his brand positioning will not allow him to sit on Delay’s Show.
Speaking on Hitz FM on Friday, as monitored by Abrantepa, the Music boss stated that Delay’s Show is about ridiculing personalities, therefore he doesn’t qualify to appear on the show.
“You will never find me on Delay Show. My brand won’t permit me to sit on her show. Where I sit, Delay Show is about ridiculing so I don’t qualify to be on. My hard earned reputation over the years, I won’t come”, he said.
Okraku-Mantey in his interaction recounted that Delay invited him to come respond to Blakk Raster after he made some utterances about him on her show, but he rejected the invitation in a complete certainty.