Trinidad soca/dancehall group Millionaire Family, aka The Makaveli Makamillion Movement, has distances itself from former member Orlando Octave. The group also distance itself from Millionaire Records, saying there is no affiliation.
Millionaire Family CEO Makamillion says the problem started when Octave, who recently signed to Millionaire Records, used images on his Twitter page that misled fans to think the two brands are under the same umbrella.
Makamillion released a statement on Tuesday via BBM clearing up the discrepancies and thus giving the “Play Wit It” singer the boot.
Read Makamillion full statement below.
Great day to all,
We the management of The Makaveli Makamillion managment are putting out a disclaimer and to publicly state that Mr. Orlando Octave is no way a part of The Makaveli Makamillion Movement or The Millionaire Family. We would also like to inform our followers, family, friends, and fans that that Millionaire Records is also not affiliated with us. The Millionaire Records are using our images unauthorized and are giving the impression that there is an affiliation. We also wish to state that unauthorized usage of images of our members would be dealt with accordingly.
The Makaveli Makamillion Movement is built on hard work, humility, and teamwork. We are very passionate about our brand and what is stands for. We will remain committed to taking our young musical talents and The Millionaire Family to international horizons.
The Millionaire Family members includes; Makamillion, Fadda Moses, Spine, Kerry John, Raskal, and Royal.
We are also going showcase the evolution of our brand and label in the coming weeks as well make release some new signings. Please stay tuned.
Jason Nostradamus Roach
The Makaveli Makamillion Movement