Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Chante Moore Accused of Fraud


R&B singer Chanté Moore accused of knowingly using stolen money to finance her last album...

According to reports two men are claiming they were duped out of $3.6 million, part of which was used to finance Chanté Moore's latest album.

In their lawsuit the men claim their money was used to pay off Chanté Moore's significant personal debt, lavish her with plane tickets and gifts and to finance and market her seventh album, "The Rise of the Phoenix," including inflating her record sales by purchasing the song on iTunes.

The rest of the money was used to open a hair bar in Georgia and buy a house.

The plaintiffs claim Moore knew full well the money was fraudulently obtained when she accepted it.

Chanté Moore has denied the claims and the ruling is pending.

17 comments:

Miss JI said...

What was the money supposed to be used for according to the dudes?

Anonymous said...

Inflating sales? Well, they did a horrible job of that.

Anonymous said...

"Chante's Got A Scam"

xoxo said...

Opened up a hair bar??!
Why are the black celebrities so short-sighted and narrow minded when it comes to diversifying their portfolio?
All you see them do is sell weave; open up a salon or nail shop; design bikinis; endorse Fashionova or some slim tea company or a waist training brand.
Why can't we have our version of Jessica Alba and her Honour products or an equivalent of Jessica Simpson and her fashion empire, or someone going into tech/ real estate etc?
They all follow the same formula. Don't they have the capability of doing something that will ensure wealth and not instant riches?

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
LMBAO!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Yassss Chante, work that vagina power on these weak men hunty lmao

Anonymous said...

what last album?

YungBalla2008 said...

If a man is weak enough to break you off with that money without any commitments then he shouldn't be committed to getting it back. lol I'd would never give a chick 3.6 milli

Anonymous said...

A long time ago I dropped into a beauty shop playing her CD and I was floored by her range. Too bad she didn't go further but imo, she doesn't have the fire that Bey, Aretha, and Sade have. Different vocal styles and personas but people will always buy anything they make. Like chrisette Michelle, once the reality show curse hits...It all goes down from there.

Anonymous said...

^^^Bey is not on the same level vocal wise as Chante. STOP!

Just an observation said...

I love her voice but she needs better writers. I only have two of her CDs. Her music hasn't moved me enough to buy another one. I'll support this one, though.
They mad a woman got over but men in that industry do it all the time. Go Chante'. Glad she still has that fire.

Anonymous said...

@8:19. Reading is fundamental. The paragraph refers to long-term popularity, not vocals.

Anonymous said...

The entire industry is a scam. Just ask Russell Simmons

Anonymous said...

I purchased The Rise of a Phoenix album and it is really good. I support real R&B and not the auto tune trap shit on the radio they call R&B.

This story doesn’t read well. So the guys obtained stolen money and Chanté duped it from them? How can they sue over money they themselves obtained illegally? Won’t that implicate them?

I just wish she would stop with the nose jobs.

Candi Jimenez said...

During the reality show, i was shocked on her vocal range and wondered why she did not go further in the industry. This picture of her is not flattering. The make looks from 1980 and done tasteful at all.

Anonymous said...

P.O.P. the power of puzzy

Anonymous said...

Change wasn't willing to do everything necessary to move up the ranks in the music industry. She also aligned herself in relationships with men who were mediocre.

When Chante was selling music she should have diversified her financial portfolio with rent houses, an apartment compliance and a few franchises. These black celebs need to stop being foolish with their money.

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