Music producer Dr. Roy has stated that gospel artist Mercy Chinwo was not aware of the unfair treatment he received from the record label boss they once worked for.

During an interview on The Honest Bunch Podcast on Monday, streamed with on-air-personality Nedu Ani and others, Dr. Roy, who used to work for Eezee Concept Records owned by Ezekiel ThankGod aka EeZee Tee, accused the record label boss of maltreatment.

He stated that EeZee Tee withheld his financial gains even after he produced hit tracks like ‘Excess Love’ for Mercy Chinwo, who was signed under the label some seven years ago.

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“For the onset, Mercy did not know what was happening,” Dr Roy said.

“I don’t know what made Mercy leave but I won’t be surprised if what happened to me also happened to Mercy Chinwo too.

“For Mercy’s sake, I don’t know how he (EeZee Tee) has painted me before her so I didn’t let her know the maltreatment.”

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Dr Roy said someone close to him “reached out to Mercy that my father had died. Mercy then called me, sent me money, and sent money to my mother. She said she did not know that my father was sick. She even did not know what I was facing under him (EeZee Tee).”

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The music producer also released a video on his Instagram clarifying what he said on the podcast.

“I deeply respect her talent and character. My remarks were aimed at the record label owner I worked for. Mercy Chinwo helped me when my father had a stroke, she helped me when he died,” he stated.

Dr. Roy denied the allegations that Mercy Chinwo refused to assist him at any point.