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Entertainment of Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Source: A-Deebie

Event promoter, Gino XXL Entertainment to sue over R2bees in Italy saga

George Sam-Korsah, C.E.O of Gino XXL Entertainment has denied fraud allegations leveled against him by an Italian based Ghanaian event organizer in connection with R2BEES, describing the accusations as false and slanderous.

According to a report online, Amsterdam police confirmed the slanderous nature of the accusations made by D-Cries following Gino XXL’s & Henry’s inability to bring R2bees for a show in Italy as agreed by the 3 parties – Gino XXL Entertainment, AFRODANCE (on behalf of the artistes R2bees) & D-cries/Kelvin Fox.

Dutch Police received all the evidences to deny the accusation. Police confirmed that Mr. Sam-Korsah of Gino XXL Entertainment is NEVER wanted by them.

Evidences provided by Gino XXL were very strong enough to make the charges against D-cries and his accomplice Dj Henry X for the act and have ordered for their arrest.

Mr. Sam-Korsah gave his version of the story describing the Italian based Ghanaian promoter D-Creis, as an amateur promoter who sneaked out an event idea from his event partner Mr. George Wilson. Mr. Wilson, who has not been mentioned at all, was the main promoter (long term Ghanaian Italian Promoter) who had contacted Gino XXL Entertainment earlier on and after months of communication the 2 party agreed on hosting R2bees in Italy.

Apparently the one Mr. George Wilson made D-Creis a partner in the event, D-creis seeing the opportunity stole the idea and organised finance to seal-off the booking deal directly with Gino XXL and Henry X.

However after R2bees’s inability to appear for their performance on 1st march in Italy, after an earlier performance in The Sand Amsterdam AFRODANCE Event on 28th February 2014, D-Creis became enraged and asked Henry X for a refund, Henry in order to save his face blamed, Mr.Sam-Korsah for no show saying that they never received the agreed amount 5000 euros from Gino XXL ahead of the show hence the artistes decision not to show up at the event in Italy.

Gino XXL disclosed however that it had paid Henry X 2000 Euros, ahead of the event as the agreed deposit. Apparently, Henry lied about the fact that he had also forwarded the money to the Artistes, R2bees as a deposit of 5000 euros agreed gig.

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