In a press release stament by the media correspondent of the Artist Management company – Qinc Music, Mrs Aisha Inusa states that:
It is with regret that, the Management of Qinc Music will be sueing the following; Optima media group/Samklef/Jayfeel for Inducement to breach contract and a breach of contract by the artist in person of Jayfeel (Joshua Enakhimion). The artist who entered into a lawful contract with Qinc Music and subsequently entered into a second agreement with Samklef and OMG despite several media releases, pre and post his participation in the Nigerian idols under the management of Qinc Music.
With various failed mediation attempts, the management is now forced to seek legal redress..
The CEO of Qinc Music felt it best to keep it brief in his statement:
” Its sad to see promising acts bring about self inflicted ruin on their careers but this is a fight for justice and my team and I are more than willing to go all the way”.
A representative of Ivory & Wellington Solicitors in person of Mr Wellington had this to say:
“The issue at hand is simply to put forward facts and evidence brought foward by our client and let the court be the arbiter”.
The statement issued by the legal team is apparently engineered by the altercation Samklef had with one of its dispatch person.
This is another ugly Artist/Managment rift that has hit the music industry.