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There’s nothing wrong about artiste managers sleeping with their artistes – Mr Logic

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It is the general opinion of many that it is very unprofessional for artiste managers and artistes to be in a romantic relationship of any sorts.

However, Ghanaian Artiste manager, Emmanuel Barnes popularly known as Mr Logic opines that there’s nothing wrong with having sexual relations with the female artists under their management.

Mr Logic strongly believes that it is senseless and very unfair for managers to invest a lot of money in their artistes to improve them only for their boyfriend to be ‘sleeping with them and controlling their minds’

Articulating his thoughts Mr Logic said;

Male managers should eat the female  artiste they manage, how can I be investing in the brand and the boyfriend would ve eating the brand and be controlling the girl as well”

He added;

“It’s so unfair for male managers to be investing and some guy somewhere would be enjoying what I’m suffering for alone; the boyfriend is investing nothing would rather be enjoying her. There is nothing wrong if the manager also eats her some”

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