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Claims I dated my former manager false – Piesie Esther refutes

Celebrated Ghanaian female musician, Piesie Esther has debunked claims that she was going out with her one-time manager, Apae Live.

Reverend Tony Asamoah Boateng popularly known as Apae Live, is the founder and leader of Great Light Worship Center once managed the singer.

There had been long overdue rumors in the entertainment industry suggesting that the relationship between the two was far beyond working terms but, having intimacy.

However, setting the record straight after several years of allegations, the gospel musician said she never dated the Man of God as portrayed in the public domain.

According to the ‘Soma Ogya’ hit maker, the latter was only her manager and nothing sort of sharing the same bed with.

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Speaking to Sokoohemaa Kukua on Accra-based Rainbow Radio, monitored by Mondokayonline.com Piesie Esther said;

“I heard a lot of rumors, it is normal for people to speculate when you are seen together mostly.”

The songstress reiterated that despite realising the news was sought to tarnish her hard-won reputation she never gave ears to the matter since it weigh no iota of truth.

Accounting how she met Apae Live, Piesie Esther disclosed that it was through gospel musician, Georgia Agyie that she managed to get in touch with the Man of God.

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“I was a backing vocalist to Georgia [whom I referred to as mother]. We went there to perform and that was how I got stuck here,” the gospel musician explained.

Piesie Esther used the medium and expressed her profound gratitude to Rev Apae Live for the immense contribution played in her music career.

Rev Apae Live is remembered for producing Piesie Esther’s first two albums including her Me Nte Ase album.

It helped earn her nominations for the Gospel Artiste of the Year and Gospel Song of the Year categories at the 2009 Ghana Music Awards even though she did not win.

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The songstress, who is marking her 20 years in the music industry burst into the music scene in the early 2000s, and at the peak of her career gave her male counterparts a good run for their money.

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