South Sudan NEWS PORTAL
By Ahmad Muto
Last week, it was
reported that singer John Blaq’s former management had refused to hand over his
social media accounts.
After reportedly retrieving his facebook, twitter and Instagram accounts that they perhaps figured out are not very important, they asked him to cough sh50m so they can give him his YouTube channel – the money minting account.
However, it turns out now the singer has decided to let them have the video sharing channel, now that he has opened a new one.
He is focused on growing it and has appealed to his fans to subscribe and see him out of his misery. The timing is tough for the artiste, when every act is trying to embrace the digital media.
Blaq and his former managers fell out because of finances.
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