Brymo Asked To Pay N22 Million Or Remain A Chocolate City Artiste Till 2016
Contrary to the news circulating in the early hours of today that Chocolate City didn’t get an injunction against Brymo’s Merchants, Dealers and Slaves album and also stopping him from further recording tracks that might be released to be promoted.
Brymo said and I quote – “Pls disregard any news about an injunction on my new album M,D&S, it’s all untrue.. Just a ploy to disrupt my release as usual..”
A source at the Chocolate City re-affirmed that there is indeed an injunction against Brymo and any plan he has till he fulfills his contract with Choc city. Our source also told NaijaMp3s that Brymo has 2 albums left in his contract with Chocolate City which expires in 2016.
Brymo has been served the injunction notice and he is now wanted by the court for compromising his contract with the recording company.
The law firm consulting for Chocolate City have also included a buyout clause for Brymo which is set at 22 Million Naira. Brymo has been asked to play out his contract with Choc city or simple just activate the buyout clause of 22million Naira which was also confirmed by our source at chocolate city who confirms Choc city boss, Audu agreed to, in order to resolve the issue.
When we asked our source why Jesse Jagz wasn’t served an injunction when he released his “Thine kingdom Come” album was released; NaijaMp3s was told that Jesse’s contract with Chocolate city was over and it was easy for Jesse Jagz to quit the label without any problem.
It should be recalled that during Brymo’s press conference he told reporters that his lawyers couldn’t get him out of the problem he was in with Chocolate city and that was why he had to come out to the public.
We hope this doesn’t get escalated than it already has and hopefully Chocolate City and Brymo would settle their differences so we can all enjoy good music that Brymo provides us with.