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Chester makes a U-turn to record label

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

It seems that Chester the House Prince has made up his mind, once again. 

Chester House Prince has once again taken to social media to render a public apology for his now called misconstrued and deleted comments on ending his contract with Remember The Eagle (RTE) Records. 

“I had a long time to think and all and first let me apologize for the social media post. I had to really think long term on this and my career and I’ve decided as an individual I will commit to RTE because the vision is real and strong,” Chester wrote. 

RTE however has still remained mum on the matter as unwrap.online has been trying to reach out to record label for an official comment. 

His decision to double back on his previous comments is still unclear as one can only speculate why he decided to leave and return in less than one week. Chester who owns Sweet Gang clothing line was previously under the record label Mshasho and left due to unresolved matters. 

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