Abuja - Jesse Jagz is supporting Brymo in a fight over the release rights of his new album by their former record label Chocolate City.
Brymo and Jesse Jagz have remained close friends after parting ways with Chocolate City.
The former Chocolate City rapper-producer Jesse Jagz has said Chocolate City has no right to stop Brymo from releasing his new album Merchant, Dealers and Slaves.
On his Twitter, Jesse Jagz wrote: "A record label claiming music they had no part in,.. u can't count eggs in a basket u don't have."
Chocolate City recently also received the backing of the Federal High Court to stop Brymo from performing further.
Sources have revealed to BangShowBiz that Jesse's brother M.I., who is the vice president of the label, has sworn he will also leave the label if they take further steps against his younger brother.
Despite his support for his brother, M.I. is siding with the label on the Brymo case.
Responding to a fan's tweet, the he disclosed "Contracts must be honored."