An upcoming musician Simon Mukasa also known as Lucky Costa has dragged self-proclaimed city tycoon Bryan White to court over breach of contract. Through his lawyers Muwanda & Company advocates documents of an intention to sue documents have been delivered at Bryan White’s office.
It has been also established that Bryan White and Lucky Costa entered into a deal where the tycoon bought the copyrights of his publications song ‘Heroe – Basima Bagenzi’ and his physical performance of the same song at Sh10m with promises of buying the singer land and construct him there a house.
Lucky Costa was made to perform at different venues ( Mbarara at Kakyeka and Auto Spa Munyonyo) under Bryan White Foundation with no pay which was the start of the problems.
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More so, it has been revealed that the tycoon has played hide and seek games whenever Costa tries to ask for his payment which they had agreed upon.
Costa has then decided to run to court seeking a compensation of 200m including the costs he incurred during the launch of Bryan White Foundation.
Mukasa’s lawyers accuse free spender of engaging their client in Mbarara for two days while exploiting his talent yet failing to meet his end of the bargain which was to give him residence at the hotel, pay for his performance and meals as part of the deal agreed.
“Our client has made efforts to secure payments for his song, his performances and a refund of his costs incurred but in vein,” the demand notice to Bryan White reads in part.
“In an unfortunate reversal of events, you Bryan White and your agents have turned to character assassinate our client, branding him as a thief and using police agents to illegally kidnap and detain our client. A case in point is on Saturday March 17, where after a trap by your agents one Sekamate and Musa, our client was kidnapped by plain clothed army persons who later dropped him at Katwe Police station and hardly 10 minutes later you Bryan White appeared at the police station with multiple threats,” the notice reads.