- Moonchild Sanelly has not had the best of experiences with managers and felt the need to share her experience
- Sanelly's one manager went as far as taking her to court when it was actually the manager who was at fault
- Sharing her experience, Moonchild hopes that no one else ever gets treated the way that she did
Moonchild Sanelly made it known that she feels sticks for her former manager. Sanelly feels like she was sucked dry and given nothing in return for her work – she went as far as using the label "vulture".
It is sad to think that so many people suffer at the hands of bosses who care nothing more than about themselves. Artists are flying solo more often these days as they just cannot trust being managed by someone.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Moonchild has not had the best of experiences with managers. As an artist, it is important to find a good manager who is trustworthy and who will have your best interest at heart always – Sanelly learnt that hard way.
Moonchild felt the need to share her experiences in the hope that others will not make the same mistakes that she did.
"The last manager I worked with stole my money so watch out for her. She’s a vulture."
Getting deeper, Moonchild let peeps know that she got taken to court and won the battle because she obviously was not in the wrong. She hopes this vulture will not be able to ruin any other artists' lives ever again.
“She stole and then took me to court wethu. I won obviously!!! I’m good. Just making sure she doesn’t mess with more SA gems coz she’s not okay.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Moonchild Sanelly took to social media and slammed people who are trying to make money using her name.
She lashed out and told her followers that she recently discovered that people are offering other artists a feature from her without her permission and said that was just a scam to make quick cash at her expense.
Sanelly then went on and warned people out there not to book the muso, or her services through any platform that is not specified on her social media.
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