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Recently, Abuga, the newest artist signed under Potable’s record label, became embroiled in controversy when a woman claiming to be his baby mama posted a heart-wrenching video on social media. Holding a child purportedly fathered by Abuga, she pleaded with the public to help her contact him, accusing him of neglecting paternal duties and abandonment.

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The woman’s plea is laden with emotion as she recounts how Abuga, despite promises of marriage and a future together, has been unreachable for months, leaving her to struggle as a single mother. Her story paints a picture of broken promises and a man shirking his responsibilities. She emphasizes the pain of raising a child without a father’s support, highlighting a narrative that is unfortunately common yet deeply personal.

This controversy comes at a time when Potable’s label is still reeling from past issues with another signee, Yung Du. Potable had openly expressed regret over signing Yung Du, accusing him of bringing bad luck and causing discord within the label. The decision to sign Abuga was made shortly after Yung Du’s departure, suggesting a new direction for the label. However, this latest controversy seems to put Potable’s judgment into question once again.

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The situation poses a challenge not only for Abuga but also for Potable’s label, which is striving to establish a reputable standing in the industry. It’s a test of how they handle internal conflicts and controversies involving their artists. The public’s eye is now closely watching how Abuga and Potable’s label will address these serious allegations.

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You all should help me tell @abugaofficial to do the right thing it’s been few months now he refuse to pick my calls or messages I’m tired of been a single mother this was not initial plan 9 he promised me marriage he said we don’t need to fix a date for my introduction but he stopped picking my call she’s 6months already with no fatherly care I’m tired already and I can’t take it anymore (a fa fa fo y’all should help me beg him im pained no woman deserves this”

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