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    Blacko prevails in a legal battle against Cruise People Ltd. for purportedly breaking a performance agreement.
    Blacko prevails in a legal battle against Cruise People Ltd. for purportedly breaking a performance agreement.

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    Blacko prevails in a legal battle against Cruise People Ltd. for purportedly breaking a performance agreement.

    A case that Cruise People Ltd. filed against Ghanaian musician Black Sherif was dismissed by an Accra High Court.

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    The singer was supposed to appear at an event named “Afro Cruise Jam” in Athens, Greece, in August 2023, but the concert was canceled since the artist was accused of breaking an agreement.

    Travel People asked Black Sherif for compensation, claiming that the cancellation caused them to suffer financial damages.

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    Black Sherif’s legal team responded by claiming that the performance contract required that any court proceedings take place in the United Kingdom, hence the court lacked jurisdiction to hear the matter.

    Black Sherif’s attorneys prevailed in court, despite Cruise People’s insistence that the court had jurisdiction because both parties were Ghanaians conducting business in Ghana. Judge Mariama Sammo presided over the hearing.

    The court underlined that the party hiring the artist did not offer any addresses located in Ghana. The court was forced to dismiss the lawsuit against the well-known musician as a result.

    The Ghanaian musician Black Sherif is the subject of a contractual disagreement between Cruise People Limited and the latter, which filed a lawsuit against the former several months ago.

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    Black Sherif was supposed to perform at the highly awaited Afro Cruise Jam concert in Greece, but the case, filed at the High Court, claimed that he broke his half of the agreement.

    Cruise People Limited stated that they had paid half of Black Sherif’s $20,000 booking fee to secure his services for the cruise event.

    They expected him to make a video certifying his attendance at the event as part of the arrangement.

    The artist allegedly failed to execute this part of the contract, which led to the termination of the booking and a substantial loss of $18,000 from the cruise ship cabin reservations.

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    Since Black Sherif’s attendance was seen to be crucial to drawing attendees, the organizers said that his failure to confirm his participation put the event at risk as a whole.

    Cruise People Limited has filed a lawsuit to address what they believe to be a serious breach of the contract.

    The complaint demands $18,000 in damages for the cancelled cabin reservations in addition to the return of the $20,000 booking fee.

    In addition, the business is asking for interest on the $20,000 from April 18, 2023, to the day of the last payment. Additionally, Cruise People Limited is suing for $50,000 in lost earnings that they claim were caused by the purported contract violation.

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