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Dre Cali dragged to court

Dre Cali dragged to court by former management, risks paying 81M+ in damages
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WYSE Technologies Limited management has dragged singer Dre Cali to court for breaching a contract. 

According to the Management, Dre Cali was signed in 2018 and after only 5 months he started to engage in conduct contrary to the terms of the contract that they entered into. WYSE claim, Dre Cali started missing meetings, performing at shows, recording songs, and shooting videos without their consent. 

The singer didn’t stop at that, he also went ahead and got signed up by Ykee Benda’s Mpaka records. 

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“Ultimately, he went ahead to sign a new contract with Mpaka Records still without aligning previous misunderstandings, even when there was enough for termination of the contract. Despite his violation and with full knowledge of the breach, he went ahead to purportedly terminate the agreement by the way of email on July 14, 2019,” part of the statement from WYSE reads. 

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After terminating the contract, a notice of intention to sue was allegedly served to him but he ignored it hence the company dragging him to court now.

“We accuse him of breach of contract. So he is liable for general damages arising from breach of contract, special damages (audio and video production, media tours, promotions, transport, and other related costs), and cost of the suit,” The company states further.

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It is against this, that WYSE is demanding Dre Cali to pay millions of money in damages.

“We ask the court to rule this matter in our favor and be awarded the following a). Compensation of UGX 81,820000 (eighty million, eight hundred and twenty thousand Uganda shillings) for the gross breach of the contract. b). Legal costs,” They added.

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