- Top talent manager Olanrewaju Alaka has taken to social media to announce his disengagement from crossdresser James Brown
- Alaka in a signed statement assured that both parties agreed to part ways and move on to the next phase of their individual careers
- Nigerians on social media had different things to say with many expressing satisfaction that the two went their separate ways without any messy drama
Controversial crossdresser James Chukwueze Obialor better known as James Brown is no longer under the management of top talent manager, Olanrewaju Alaka aka Laerrryblue.
Alaka recently took to his official Instagram page with a statement announcing the end of their working relationship.
According to the manager, both parties have worked together for over a year and have built “formidable relationships and partnerships with top brands and stakeholders in and outside Nigeria.”
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Alaka, however, added that he and Brown have come to a mutual decision to part ways and move on to the next stage of their individual careers.
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The manager mentioned that he is proud of their achievements together as he wished the crossdresser well in future.
Read the full statement below:
A visit to the crossdresser's Instagram page shows that he equally posted the same statement.
See his post below:
Social media users react
"I like the fact that the contract ended positively ."
"James has prolly grown bigger than their management."
" and it wasn’t on toxic grounds we love to see it."
" At least it's not messy."
"It hasn’t been easy with shim."
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The crossdresser who was out of the country held a question and answer segment with fans on Instagram and he left no stone unturned.
As expected, a fan asked James about how he now views Bobrisky seeing as they are no longer cordial, and he pointed out that the controversial figure should be avoided.