When he launched the foundation through which he donated wide-ranging items to people, White hired some celebrities, including Weasel and Tindatine to join his staff.
Bryan White wanted to pay us Shs5 million, Weasel ruined the deal - Tindatine
Lady Mariam Tindatine revealed that Brian Kirumiria, alias Bryan White, had promised to start paying celebrities who were working under his foundation (Bryan White Foundation) Shs5 million, but singer Weasel Manizo ruined everything.
According to Tindatine, real name, Miriam Kemigisha, there was no clear job description but they were paid and had signed a contract to start earning a monthly salary then Weasel messed everything up.
"He called us to work for him," Tindatine said while appearing on Spark TV, adding when she was asked her role: "What do you do? All you had to do was come wearing a uniform... he disrespected us... You put on a uniform, report to the office, and sign in books to indicate arrival time. If there is a function, you endeavour to attend."
On salary, she said: "Everyone earned differently, but he wanted to pay us Shs5 million per month, and I was like, eh... but they made us sign contracts and I don't know whether they tore them or kept them because we were chased before the month ended. Haha."
She went on: "Weasel, I will never forgive him. Haha. He would come late. Haha. If you report late, the boss would quarrel and chase everyone."
White had offered to financially sponsor Weasel’s music career after the passing of his music partner, Mowzey Radio in 2018.
But they would fall out because White felt Weasel wasn't respecting him.
Alex Muhangi, King Micheal, and Jose Chameleone are some of the other celebrities that worked with the Bryan White Foundation.
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