Niyi Fatogun via Vibesland Entertainment LLC v Burna Boy 864x691 - Burna Boy U.S. Lawsuit: Vibesland Entertainment shoots itself in the foot with release of Azubuike "leaked" tape

Burna Boy U.S. Lawsuit: Vibesland Entertainment shoots itself in the foot with release of Azubuike “leaked” tape

In Music Business by Africa Music Law™Leave a Comment

I have no clue why Vibesland Entertainment released this tape as a “leaked” tape to the media. It is the same way I have no clue why they released a press statement two weeks ago claiming Burna Boy had an injunction when he didn’t.

Why would this Plaintiff release a tape that does not help in any shape or form to the media? This makes no sense and I don’t get it. Also, from an attorney standpoint, this is the kind of client that is a problem. If you have a client that continues to release inaccurate or negative information to the press that undermines the client’s case, then that client is a problem.

I don’t get it. If there is a “leak” of this nature, it should come from Burna Boy’s team, not Vibesland. In any event, Burna Boy’s team now have a potential witness for the defense, Azubuike.

Good luck to Niyi Fatogun and his company.

-Ms. Uduak

Listen to my podcast on 4 mistakes promoters should avoid in dealings with artists in the U.S.

4 Mistakes Every Nigeria and African Promoter in America Should Avoid - Burna Boy U.S. Lawsuit: Vibesland Entertainment shoots itself in the foot with release of Azubuike "leaked" tape

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Subscribe to Our Podcast Show

Listen to the Latest Podcast Episodes

Some of Our Achievements

AML Advertisement Banner - Burna Boy U.S. Lawsuit: Vibesland Entertainment shoots itself in the foot with release of Azubuike "leaked" tape

Leave a Comment