The recently married blogger was reported to have turned down an offer from the company when it first launched in Ghana in 2016.
However, taking to social media to respond and perhaps keep himself open for any potential future offer, Debrah issued a clarification, saying what he did was skip out on a meeting with the company but that he was never offered a job.
“Correction: I didn’t turn down a job from @ZylofonMedia they never offered me a job in the first place. I was called for a meeting before they launched and I couldn’t make the meetings. that’s all.” Debrah tweeted on Wednesday.
Zylofon Media, owned by Nana Appiah Mensah, has taken over the Ghanaian media landscape by storm since its launch with its ostentatious display of wealth whenever it signs new artists.
It recently expanded outside Ghana with the launch of its U.K office.