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Fik Fameica’s Manager In Trouble With Promoters Over Money

Fik Fameica has been the man of the moment after his breakthrough with his trending song ‘Kutama’. As a result, he has become one of the most booked artistes at the moment. However, on a bad note, the latest is that his manager, Ivan Karma is in trouble after he pocketed money from over 12 music promoters during the Easter Weekend promising to bring the artist at their organised events for performances.

One Music promoter in Kayunga where Fameica reached at 4am to perform at his on Easter Sunday revealed that he wants a refund of his money after the breach of contract. It is reported that, Fameica performed to almost empty Chairs in Kayunga as most of the fans had already left. It has been rumoured the manager was briefly detained in Kayunga and later released.

The organisers of the show blamed the manager for not abiding to the agreed arrangement prior to the event and yet he was fully paid. Karma later pleaded and he was released with his artiste to go and perform at other functions.

According to the recent Zzina Awards organised by Galaxy fm, Fik Fameica was voted as the artiste of the year after beating several other musicians.

Fik Fameica and manager Ivan are in trouble over Easter concerts

More so, Fameica just came into the music game last year with a song titled Kutama which he later followed up with Mbega Wa Baala, Mutuwulira, Byenyenya and My property among other hits.

All these songs have not disappointed in the music Industry and it is the reason he is performing at almost all local stages and recently, he was even booked for a performance in Dubai.

However, the singer has always been accused of copying and pasting other people’s songs. When you critically listen to Fik Fameica’s music, you find out that all his songs actually have the element of copying. For instance, his club banger Pistol was copied from another song titled Fester by English grime rapper Lethal Bizzle and Dutch electronic producer Distortion.


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