I’m Not Appreciated At Multimedia – Blakk ‘Salaga Soldier’ Rasta On Why He Resigned From Hitz FM

Radio presenter and reggae musician, Blakk Rasta on Monday via social media resigned from Hitz FM after 8 years of entertaining the capital with his Taxi Driver show.

According to him, it’s time for him to move on because he is not appreciated at Multimedia Group, the owners of Hitz FM.

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The Salaga Soldier as he is affectionately calls himself told NewsOne in an interview that, he resigned because his employers didn’t support him when he was invited by the Privileges Committee of Parliament for his comment that 80 per cent of Parliamentarians smoke marijuana.

“When I was invited by Parliament, my employers did not even sit me down before the invitation so we plan on what exactly we should say there and how things should go, they did not get a lawyer for me, nothing; nothing like that happened.  Even my HR who was there knew next to nothing about the incident when he was questioned about the issue and what exactly I had said.”

Blakk Rasta

Blakk Rasta

“I did not get any support from Multimedia, which I thought was unfair.  I thought once I was with you, I should get your support. Even if you do not agree with what I said, you can go and say you do not agree and that you are pleading for clemency. But that was not done and I even had to look for my own lawyer.”

“No one was interested in my wellbeing as far as that invitation was concerned; but they were rather interested in the story and in getting the news, so they [Multimedia] set up their gadgets and carried the news live both on radio and television.”

“It has been a nice family but I now feel uncomfortable. I feel betrayed and I am not inspired anymore to work with these people.  This slip could happen to anybody but it depends on how you handle it; but I was betrayed and I had to go look for my own lawyer, I went there  on my own and even after that, not even one  person from Multimedia  has called me to talk to me about it and the way forward.

“What they rather did was to go ahead and ban my songs on radio saying that I do not attend station gatherings and all that so my songs should not be played on radio. What is this? I don’t intend granting interviews or talking about this because I have been working with this station for eight solid years.Blakk Rasta

“I think Multimedia is not appreciative of my work and commitment. Time and again, I have heard them make utterances that make me feel I am not appreciated and my die-hard passion is not appreciated. I put in all my passion and energy but this afternoon [Monday afternoon], I just decided to tender in my resignation.”

“I was still on the radio [Monday morning] when I tendered my resignation.  I have been with Multimedia for eight years and I think it is time to move on because I am no longer inspired there and of course, a few other things happened here and there that made me feel betrayed.”

By GhanaGist.Com

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