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- Published on Thursday, 21 June 2012 11:54
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In an article printed by the Jamaican newspaper The Star recently a clear rift was presnted between deejay Ninja Man and his now former manager Chyna Lindsey which saw slanderous statements being made about her character and overall professionalism. Below is a statement issued to the media from Ms. Lyndsey concerning that article and its ensuing issues.
"On Monday June 11, 2012 the Jamaica Star printed a defaming interview with the artist Ninja Man, that had no accuracy to it what so ever. Two days later, because I did not respond to his article and his numerous threats, the artist did an additional contradicting article with an online news site.
What I have learned from that disturbing working experience is that in this industry some people will have the tendency to take my kind demeanor for weakness, those who know me know indeed that I am a very kind person and those who know me well can attest that I am a professional, a very hard working determined individual that is selfless in my actions. The outcome of that is I don't change who I am, I change who I work with and or who I associate myself with.
My team and I decided not to follow suit with taking on the responsibility of being Ninja Man's management team approximately 3weeks ago because of his aggressive ways, the unethical manner in which he wanted to conduct his business and his obsession with violence. That was three weeks ago when my team unanimously decided not to proceed with a contract and parted ways with Ninja Man.
Coming from corporate America and working with top executives from fortune 500 companies I realize that the keys to a successful business remains unchanged no matter where you're conducting your business. In an industry where there are no set guidelines you have to create your own boundaries. My ethical values in the manner in which I conduct my business remain unchanged. As women we are tested everyday, as women conducting business in an industry with no set guidelines we are tested even more.
Ninja Man was upset when, I as the representative for the team in Jamaica, did not succumb to his unethical ways in which he wanted to conduct his business and at all times reported to the team exactly what was going on, and the team which also included the US attorney I provided for him, made the decision that he is not an artist we wanted be associated with.
My team and I wish Ninja Man success in all that he does once he regain his focus back on his musical career and take it off Chyna Lindsay, as I'm not an artist he can not clash with at Sting."