HOW DA BLING ALMOST WRECKED MAJEK FASHEK’S MULTI MILLION NAIRA DEAL
Unknown to many of his fans America returnee,international Reggae star,Majek Fashek days after he was signed on A+Global Entertainment label narrowly escaped bad lucks which if it had happened would have seen him going back to ground zero of his music career and life where he is just battling to resurface from to a new glory in his career.
Majek according to a source had entered into the deal with the company on various conditions stipulating that A+Global managements now exclusively handles all matters bordering on his career and upkeep, hence the company gave him a befitting accommodation located right inside the choice area in Gowon Esate,Egbeda,Lagos and a brand new legend Jeep and a personal driver.Plus thousands of naira as his weekly pocket money.
But to the surprise of the company,Majek they said went contrary to their work agreement when he allegedly eloped from the house with Nigeria fast rising act,Da'Bling and went to spend days with her in one Lagos hotel together with his aid MC Morris.
Our source said that after searching for Majek for days without knowing where to find him that the company's management was about to go and make a report to the police when Majek resurfaced and told them that he has been busy working to assist Da'Bling in shooting of her promo video.
We gathered that a day after,Majek brought Da'Bling to the boss of the label and pleaded to be forgiven for his attitude.
We heard that the meeting ended in controversy and mellow drama,as Alhaja Mogaji,the owner of A+Global Entertainment threatened to annul her working agreement with Majek,as she accused Majek and his aide,Morris of cheating.
She was quoted to have said that Majek has no right to feature in another artistes work without her company's consent.
Our source who witnessed the nearly two hours drama said that it was the timely intervention of friends that saved the situation that day if not Majek and his friend MC Morris would have been locked up in police cell and after be taken to court for other various offences the woman said they committed against her company.