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Karma Ivien Management Fires Singer Sharon Peyton Over Appreciating Fik Fameica

In May 2018, dancer-turned-singer Sharon Peyton got signed to songwriter Yese Oman Rafiki’s Route Entertainment record label which nurtured her talent before she left in May this year under unclear circumstances

After her end of journey at Route Entertainment, Sharon got signed to Karma Ivien Management in May but before that, she had already collaborated on song dubbed ‘Ding Ding Dole’ with rapper Fik Fameica who fell out with Karma Ivien Management some months ago.

Before she could even settle in at her new record label, this week the singer shared bad news on her social media platforms informing her fans how all of a sudden Karma Ivan the CEO Karma Ivien Management terminated her contract.

According to her post on her Facebook page, Karma fired her because of the fact that she apparently shared Fik Fameica’s posters on her social media platforms to show her appreciation to Fik because of giving her a chance to record with her a collabo song

“Sharing #FikFameicas Posters to show how i was appreciative i didnt think it could ruin a Contract” Read part of Sharon’s statement on Facebook after her contract termination with Karma

On top of all this, furious Karma sent her a voice note accusing her of being in two record labels at the same time, that is to say Karma Ivien Management and Fresh Gang (Fik Fameica’s label). In the voice note that Sharon shared, Karma is heard ranting over the money he had spent on the audio and video production as well promotion of Peyton’s songs.

However, despite all this, Sharon is thankful to Karma Ivien for little he had done for her as she now embarks on a new journey

 “All in all I appreciate u also for the little we have done”. Read Sharon’s thank you message to Karma Ivien

Meanwhile, during her time at Karma Ivien Management, Sharon had released two audios and their videos to her songs ‘Nkuletera’ and ‘Sesaamu’

 

 

 

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