Alterplate Label Releases Statement Over Harrysong’s Twin Mixed Up Photos

Jun 28, 2017 |

Alterplate CEO, Harrison Tare Okiri, better known by his stage name Harrysong, has reacted to rumors that he stole a picture of an adorable set of twins to announce the arrival of his new babies.

Via his record label, Alterplate, an official statement has been released to refute such claims as they have statement clearly that it is a “campaign of calumny”.

The statement reads;

MY ATTENTION HAS BEEN DRAWN TO A CAMPAIGN OF CALUMNY BY NAY SAYERS, CONCERNING HARRYSONG’S TWINS LATELY.

WE AT ALTERPLATE WILL NEVER TOY WITH THE EMOTION OF OUR NUMEROUS LOYAL FANS, HENCE THE NEED TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE.

THE NEWS BROKE ON SATURDAY JUNE 24, 2017 WHILE HARRYSONG AND THE ENTIRE TEAM WERE ON THE SET OF A VIDEO SHOOT WITH EMARSHALL AT MARYLAND.

AFTER THE SHOOT WE LEFT FOR A SHOW AT THE CIVIC CENTER SAME DAY; AS A MATTER OF FACT, THE LAST FEW WEEKS HAVE BEEN EXTREMELY BUSY FOR THE ALTERPLATE TEAM ALL IN A BID TO GIVE OUR FANS THE BEST

TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT, THE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT, @PEREZANDTARELA WAS SET UP BY HARRYSONG’S BABY MAMA WHO IS VERY RESERVED AND MEDIA SHY, DESPITE BEING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS WOMAN.

SHE CREATED THE ACCOUNT WITH THE AIM OF CATALOGUEING THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPEMENT OF HER LOVELY TWINS,AND APPRECIATE TWINS IN GENERAL.

HER YOUNGER SIBLING RUNNING THE ACCOUNT POSTED INTERNET PHOTOGRAPHS AS A LANDING PAGE AND AN OVERJOYED HARRYSONG REPOSTED THE FIRST PHOTOS ON HIS WAY FROM PORT HARCOURT.

WITH EVERY SENSE OF HUMILITY, IT WAS A HUGE AND REGRETABLE MISTAKE.
TO OUR FANS AND LOYAL FOLLOWERS, I SAY WE ARE SORRY FOR THE CONFUSION OR ANY MIX UP THE NEWS MAY HAVE GENERATED.

ON THE OTHER HAND, AS AGAINST THE ORIGINAL PLAN TO RELEASE OUR NEW SINGLE TITLED “WYNE”, THE VERSATILE AND SPONTANEOUS HARRYSONG HAS CHANELLED HIS EFFORT INTO ANOTHER SONG WHICH WAS WRITTEN AND PRODUCED WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER THE NEWS BROKE

EXPECT ANOTHER MAJOR HIT FROM HARRYSONG TITLED, ARABANKO

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