Former Portmore Empire Artiste Blak Ryno has responded to reports that he breached the contract he signed with Justus Arison’s label, JA Productions.

Ryno signed a 4-year deal with the label, just over a year ago. However, last week reports emerged that the Artiste no longer wants to be on the label, and has allegedly inked another deal with a new overseas-based company.

Ryno vented his frustration on social media, stating that ”nine months ago, Producer Justus told him, that he no longer wants him to be apart of the label, JA Productions”.

He stated that Justus said ”the only reason he signed him, was to work on the album, as he has no use for his label, and that he should go ahead and do things on his own because he (Justus) will no longer be investing in his career”.

Ryno added that ”as soon as he decided to take his career to another level, by making connections and is about to get the biggest single in his career, Justus decided to step in”.

Bryno says that for almost a year, Producer Justus ”never made contact” with him.

Efforts to contact both of them have proven futile.