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So Heartbreaking! Dream Debo Con Comedians Out of $5000 USD

In an exclusive chat with C Liberia Clearly, comedians Paul and John Flomo shared a heartbreaking story about a deal that went bad between these comedians and their manager Dream Debo, CEO of Platinum Entertainment Production.

The comedians had quite a lengthy chat with C Liberia Clearly in which they talk about the fact that they were recently con out of $5000 USD by their manager Dream Debo. The story is heartbreaking. 

In Paul Flomo Own Words. 

Our manager told us that he was taking us to Nigeria to film a movie, but we had to pay for our own transportation, food and lodging.  The total cost came to $5000 USD.  My best friend John and I hustle for two weeks and came up with the $5000.  We gave the money to Dream Debo.  He promised that we were leaving June 17.  June 17 came and went, there was no trip.  When we asked him about the trip, he started giving us the run around.  Few weeks later, we told him that we wanted our money back.  Now, he's avoiding us completely.  He is not taking our calls and he's not making any effort to return our money.  We worked so hard to get that $5000.  

 In John Flomo Own Words 

I'm saying this because you are very big in our entertainment industry, so we are dying slowly with this fake guy who called himself our manager... Friendly speaking since we started working with this guy not a day we shoot movies and he give us a cent, but he always eating every money that come in from contracts. 

C Liberia Clearly is yet to get in touch with Dream Debo.

Comments

  1. That's the problem with the Liberian movie industry. Full of fake fake directors and managers. Hummmmn ahhhhhh!

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  2. That's why our industry has been left behind for decades.

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  3. How I wish you all know who Dream Debo truly is and how hard he has work and made these two comedian what they are today and what he has sacrificed for them (john and Paul)to be so ungrateful to turn their backs on him today.but God will judge everyone...

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