Fresh Kid opens up on former manager; He gave up on me (VIDEO)

Young musician Patrick Ssenyonjo alias Fresh Kid has opened up on his now-former manager, Francis Kamoga of De Texas Management, saying that he gave up on him.

Last month, Manager Kamoga's De Texas Management fell out with Fresh Kid's parents Paul Mutabazi also known as Fresh Daddy and Madrine Namata over failure to respect his contractual duties.

Now speaking to NBS UNCUT, Fresh Kid noted that the former manager gave up on him and his parents decided to save his young career by counseling the contract and parting ways.

"He was a good manager at first but he changed abruptly and we decided to save ourselves from him. We realised that it was the best thing to do at the moment," Fresh kid told UNCUT.

Last week, Fresh Kid's father told the same UNCUT that the manager had stopped delivering receipts as he used to on top of using Fresh Kid past the stipulated time in their contract that they signed in June this year.

The father also accusing manager Francis of misappropriating funds an allegation that the former manager denied when contacted by UNCUT.

Fresh Kid is now expected to work under new management dubbed MC Events for his upcoming projects.

The young singer said that his fans should expect more music and performances as he feels empowered to work with the new team.

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