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You Must Honour Any Bad Contract You Sign – Eldee



Popular singer, Eldee has shared his own reaction to the controversy involving Cynthia Morgan and her ex record label boss, Jude Okoye.

Eldee simply revealed that it is wrong for anyone to sign contracts and then turn around to complain about being cheated in the future.

According to him, if you are offered a bad deal, turn it down instead of risking and crying foul years later.

He added that any singer or rapper who signs a bad deal must be ready to honor it or face the wrath of the law.

His words, “Don’t willingly sign a contract & then turn around a while later to complain about how you’re being “cheated”. If the terms are no longer favorable, renegotiate, but remember that your partner also reserves the right to accept the new terms.

You can’t sign a financial agreement and expect to change the terms halfway into the deal, unless that option/clause exists in the agreement to begin with.”

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Lanre Dabiri (born May 23, 1977), better known by his stage name Eldee, stylized as eLDee, is a former Nigerian-American rapper, singer, and record producer but now an IT Consultant based in the United States. He is an original member of the band Trybesmen, which was started in 1998 with rappers KB and Freestyle. He has made five solo albums.

“Lanre” is a derivative for the Yoruba name “Olanrewaju” (which translates to “Wealth is moving forward”). eLDee and his long-term partner, Dolapo Latinwo-Belo married and together they have 2 daughters, Temi, and Toke. He has been based in Atlanta, USA since 2002.

In December 2013 he posted a message on his official Twitter page to voice his support for gay rights, saying that hopefully one day soon Africa will realize that anti-gay sentiment is no different from racial or religious discrimination.

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