Singer Jovial addresses claims that Otile Brown fired her over Ethiopian bae

She was signed to Otile Brown’s Just in Love record label.

Jovial addresses claims that Otile Brown fired her over Ethiopian bae

About a month after getting signed to the Just in Love record label, singer Jovial exited the stable over a misunderstanding between her and the owner Otile Brown.

Confirming the exit, her manager told pulselive.co.ke that: “It’s true she is not working with Just in Love Music, there was a misunderstanding that caused her exit. Currently, she is under new management and next week she will be dropping a new project. We are branding her to be the next big thing. She has a number of projects on her name that will be dropping soon.”

In an interview with Milele FM, Jovial disclosed that Otile Brown had terminated their contract under unclear circumstances.

She also addressed claims that Otile Brown’s girlfriend Nabbi had forced her out of the label.

“I’ve always been in good terms with her (Nabbi). Alafu mimi ni mtu wa kuongea, I’m a very social and very jovial and since day one during the shoot of ‘Amor’ we talked like old friends. I’m a very easy person. I want people to understand that I was signed because of work, si mambo ya mapenzi, kulikuwa na speculations mob ati sijui tunadate no! I don’t like mixing business and pleasure because what got me the contract ni kazi. People have opinions and we cannot stop them but sisi ndio tunajua ukweli,” she said during the interview.

Just in Love Music

Otile launched Just in Love Music about two months ago and unveiled Jovial as the label’s first singer. They also released a song called ‘Zichune’ that did well across the music charts.

To cement their new liaison, Otile brown gifted Jovial with a brand new Mazda Demio to ease the stress of her commute.

In a video and pictures shared online by Otile, the singer revealed that he had blessed her with the small car to help her with movement around the city.

He also clarified that Jovial is a Kenyan and was born and raised in the coastal city of Mombasa.

 “Mtoto mkali na anaimba ajabu.. I bless you with this small moti to help carry you around. They ain’t ready for you. And by the way @jovialmusic_ is kenyan, born and raised in Mombasa .. let’s support her #zichune ft @jovialmusic_ link on YouTube #justinlovemusic #wegotnothingbutlove,” said Otile Brown.

Sadly, the promising partnership ended so prematurely.

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