DJ MO has dispelled rumours that he was fired from NTV after he was embroiled in a cheating scandal that went viral last year. The skilled deejay was hosting a popular show dubbed Crossover 101 that is aired on Sundays and after the scandal erupted, he went off screens, leading to rumours that he was fired over misconduct.
Speaking in an interview with Word Is, MO said that he voluntarily resigned from his lucrative job. He reportedly parted ways with the station after he refused to renew his contract for personal reasons.
He further revealed that he makes more money than when he was on TV. He said he is involved in business after leaving TV, something that he is proud of.
''I have changed my brand a bit and now I am doing entrepreneurship and I'm also doing some tenders and marketing strategies. If you think am jobless am not," he added.
The celebrated deejay also revealed that he is connected with politicians and this has enabled him to bag tenders. ''I deal with tenders. Whenever I meet with politicians, I request tenders. This is because I love business, ''' he added.
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