“There is no animosity between us,” Heavy D told The STAR.
“It’s just a business move and we both understand it. Me and him good.”
Not wanting to state too much about what sparked the split, Heavy D only said that certain aspects of the partnership became difficult and the move was one that has been developing over time.
“Everyone is aware of the legal issues he (Tommy Lee Sparta) has and the business became too difficult to handle. We both knew it was coming and we both understand it so everything is good. There is no bad blood resulting from the parting,” said Heavy D, who is currently managing Khago and British-based dancehall artiste Don André. He is also the exclusive booking agent for Future Fambo and Etana.
Efforts to contact Tommy Lee Sparta for a comment were unsuccessful.
This latest split is the second such incident with Heavy D, as just recently, Gully Bop and Heavy D also parted ways in a more bitter separation with both parties exchanging accusations. Bop accused Heavy D of robbing him, but Heavy D said Bop was confused, out of control and impossible to work with.