Songstress Nadia Mukami has taken her former management Hailemind Entertainment to court.
The singer revealed in a recent interview that she has dragged both Hailemind and its boss David Guoro to court but failed to give more information.
According to word on the street, the singer and the Entertainment house have been having issues since she left earlier this year and the said lawsuit is mainly because of copyright infringement.
Nadia left Hailemind entertainment in March this year after handing in her resignation.
According to Guoro at the time, the issue was not a sudden turn of events but had stemmed from different events in 2018.
“We did not see it coming, but she started issuing uncalled-for threats claiming that we weren’t doing enough for her brand and that some other potential labels and people were willing to offer more,” he said