New details reaching Kuulpeeps.com about the suit Tulenkey’s management company has brought against him suggest that the company is suing him for GHS 45,000 plus damages.
The new details from court documents filed by Priceless Life Entertainment Limited and Edwin Elikem Amenyeawu, the CEO of the company claim that Tulenkey has refused to pay the company’s share of his performance fees.
In the suit, the company claims it entered into a two-year agreement to manage all aspects of Tulenkey’s music career and for that, the company would be entitled to 70% of all performance fees.
According to the suit, between September 2018 and March 2019, Tulenkey had performed in 12 live shows which had earned up about GHS 21,900.
As a result, the company says it was entitled to 70% of that amount, however, Tulenkey has so far refused to pay that money to the management company.
In addition to that Tulenkey has reportedly gone rogue and he has his own management team that is independent of Priceless Life Entertainment.
For this, Elikem is asking the court to get Tulenkey to pay him back the GHS 30,233 he invested in Tulenkey’s career – plus interest.
Also, Elikem wants the court to declare that the 27th September 2018 talent management contract he signed with Tulenkey as breached, therefore, making him entitled to damages.
Tulenkey was reportedly served with the lawsuit on Saturday and that he has 8 days from that day to respond to the suit.
Below are screenshots of the suit…
This is getting serious…