Songbird Neliah Confirms Sexual Harassment  By Former Manager Nyk

Songbird Neliah Confirms Sexual Harassment  By Former Manager Nyk

By Ivan Mwine

We recently exclusively  revealed on this website how budding songbird Neliah Kansiime famously  known as Neliah parted ways bitterly with her former manager Fred Zandya, who is  popularly know as Nyk, before she crossed over to Black Market Records.

Well, we can ably reveal that Neliah has since confirmed that she left Nyk Promotions Agency after she fell out with its proprietor Nyk, because he was sexually exploiting her.

Neliah, who  this week dropped a new song dubbed ‘Deep In Love’,  confirmed  the shocking revelation during her official unveiling ceremony that was held on Monday at the Black Market Offices in Bugolobi.

Promoter Fred Zandya aka Nyk with his lover

“Initially when kicked off my solo career I used to work with Nyk. Actually  I was at Nyk Promotions for about five months but along the way  Nyk started misbehaving. He started telling me that he could not work with a musician who had a boyfriend and demanded that I dump my boyfriend because he couldn’t share me with another man, yet I didn’t love him,” Neliah said.

She added that; “He wanted to use me but I couldn’t accept. When decided that I couldn’t stomach his exploitation and talked of quitting his agency, Nyk started threatening me, saying he would end my career and even jail my boyfriend. I reached an extent where I couldn’t take his threats and exploitation anymore, so I involved my lawyers in the matter and that was how I managed to regain my freedom.”

Neliah was inspired to open up about being sexually exploited by her former manager Nyk by fellow musician Sheebah Karungi, who recently came out and publicly confessed having been sexually exploited by an old pervert who had hired her to perform at a birthday.

The  artiste revealed that   ever since she quit Nyk’s agency and  joined Black Market Records life changed for the  better and her music career is blossoming.

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