B2C should stop singing my songs -Former manager

B2C should stop singing my songs -Former manager


By Paul Waiswa

If copy rights were reserved, preserved and respected in our country across all levels, many proprietors, founders and initiators of various variables would be very rich the way it is exercised in the diaspora. Unfortunate, our copy right base is just left in the books of literature and it is what has driven many people question themselves as to whether Andy events will manage burn the trio from walking and performing in his record label ‘B2C’.

Former B2C manager, Andy Events has come out and asked his former musicians B2C to stop singing all the songs he recorded for them and to change their name from B2C so that they call themselves something else since it was all his name.

A collage of pictures showing Andy Events and the B2C singers

B2C boys claim that the name belongs to them but instead Andy also states that he is the one who legally registered the name B2C so it belongs to him and now he wants the boys (Delivard Julio, Mr Lee and Bobby Lash) to change their names.

While talking to a local TV Station (NBS TV), Andy Events stated that he is taking matters to law as he wants the boys to stop singing all the songs he recorded for them since he no longer makes money from them yet they were all his investments.

“Yes it is true i want the boys to give up that name because i am the one who registered it, i also want them to stop singing all the old songs because they legally belong to me,” stated Andy.

Remember, it is not the first time we are hearing about this kind of scenarios. Remember what happened between Jeff Kiwa and the Good life boys