According to Charlie Puth, Ellen DeGeneres’ eleven eleven record label ghosted him. After another songwriter Greyson Chance claimed the opportunistic comedian had entirely abandoned him, the 30-year-old singer opened up about his journey with the Interscope Geffen A&M Records-distributed label.
In terms of life lessons, Greyson and I couldn’t be more different. I agree with him that no one was there after I made my first demo EP, Puth, who joined the short-lived record company in 2011, stated on the most recent episode of Rolling Stone Music Now.
Not to assign individual fault but to look at the problem as a whole… There used to be many people, but now nobody is there. No one got in touch with me.
Puth clarified that he and DeGeneres had never had such a conversation and that he doesn’t have a problem with her “toxic personality.”
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