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ATM Entertainment Terminates Contract With Fhish

Nkafu 237 | 25.01.2021 | 0 | 237 INSIDER with Kampii , Trending

Cameroonian Singer Fhish has announced that his partnership contract with the UK based entertainment agency, ATM Entertainment has been terminated due to personal reasons. ATM Entertainment Terminates Contract With Fhish.

Fhish wrote on Instagram:

“I Mbonjem Lesly Aponglen stage name Fhish hereby announces my termination of a partnership contract with ATM entertainment Uk for reasons really personal to me and to the whole of Cameroon music industry. We need love for the arts above any other thing without that we are only heading to a wealthy future with no legacy. What a beautiful way to start the week.

He also shared the termination letter that was sent from ATM Entertainment. In the letter, ATM Entertainment states that Fhish was asked to report to the office of their Legal Representative on January 11, 2021, to sign an undertaking pledging to uphold the terms of the contract to the fullest. However, the “Njoh” hitmaker did not show up and still went on to do more shows without notifying his manager or the record label.

According to ATM Entertainment, that is why they have decided after several board meetings and deliberations to terminate their collaborative partnership contract with Fhish.

Fhish signed a collaborative contract with ATM Entertainment back in May 2020. Unfortunately, the contract didn’t  last for a year.

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