Sierra Leonean afro beats singer, Federick Peters ‘Famous’ has in a recent interview spoken on his relationship with fellow artiste, Alhaji Amadu Bah ‘Boss La’ who is currently serving a nine-year jail term at the Pademba road prison on conviction for robbery, assault, and other related offenses.

Famous who spoke with DJ Tamba B of AfriRadio on Saturday highlighted his deep connection with Boss La, emphasizing how their relationship transcended their individual career trajectories.

During the interview, He recounted a pivotal moment when Boss La phoned him from prison to warn him about a potential setup when Famous was accused of orchestrating an attack on a thief. This gesture deeply moved Famous and solidified their bond.

Speaking about the criminal allegations against Boss La, Famous ardently defended his friend’s integrity. Drawing from their long history together, Famous endorsed LAJ’s sincerity and innocence. He stated with conviction that, while LAJ might have had confrontations, he could never believe him capable of robbery.

The ‘One Life’ artiste mentioned that although He has not visibly spoken about the case on social media, He has been working behind the scenes to secure his release.