Cindy Sesa, a video vixen, claims that Nana Boroo, the ‘ahayede’ hitmaker, never paid her for her work on the hit tune ‘bebia soso.’
Cindy revealed in an interview with SVTV Africa that the only gain she received from working with him was exposure. There were no monetary gains, though.
“I learned about people and places, but not about money.” We never signed a contract since I considered it a hobby. So he didn’t pay me as much as he should have, and the little money I made went to the dancers, so I didn’t benefit,” she explained.
Nana Boroo recently contacted the dancer, and she had to charge him for it, according to the dancer.
“These days, we don’t do it.” I charged him the last time he called for a show, and he was astonished. And I agreed since you were making a joke about my profession. “You have to pay this time,” she revealed.
Cindy, on the other hand, stated that she is returning to transform the entertainment industry’s look. Female entertainers, she claims, are in short supply in the industry.
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