Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Columbus Short Puts Manny Halley on Blast


Last year rapper Young Thug accused Keyshia Cole's former manager Manny Halley of ripping him off [click here if you missed that].

Now actor Columbus Short is accusing Manny of the same thing...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The court of social media opinion. I'll miss the days when men handled business where it should be handled (in the court) and not this soft bullshit weak ass whiny to social media shit

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately @10:17pm sometimes publicly shaming people is the only thing that works. It's cheaper than lawyer fees and it let's others know that they're not the only victims.

Anonymous said...

@10:17 most of the time rap artist don't pay any attention to what they are signing and dont have a legit lawsuit to file in a court. Manny is legally getting all of their money. Thats why nobody has sued him in court.

Anonymous said...

@10:17, it's actually smart to use social media because it is FREE. An attorney's fees may eat up any profits he is owed if he goes that route. So, public shaming is just a first option, then he can proceed with legal action. He might only be owed $10,000 for the film, but an attorney will eat that up real fast... SO, maybe making the guys name mud is better.

Anonymous said...

niggas shafting other niggas in business deals.
no wonder niggas want their money up front.

Anonymous said...

Back in the day, niggas got chin check in a real way. Didn't nobody care if they were on Melrose or Sunset. You owe me big money, you gettin fucked up.

Anonymous said...

@11:16
it's actually smart to use social media because it is FREE. An attorney's fees may eat up any profits he is owed if he goes that route.

thats so fucking dumb. if you go to court you'll atleast get some of your money back (less lawyer fees) if you cry like a baby about it on social media you'll get NONE of your money back. I know you a stan for Dame but the truth is only a dumb muhfucka would 'loan' someone 2 million and not get it in writing.

Anonymous said...

@10:17 I'd much rather them handle it this way than to take it to the courts so that a bond can be created and the greedy ass justice system and Wall Street profit off of the case. You should always try to avoid handling business in court. Everytime you step into a court of law, no matter the reason, a bond is created and they make money off of you. Most of y'all don't know that.

Anonymous said...

@ 10:28 It doesn't mean they still cant go to court but this is the first, free option. If all else fails, get an attorney and go to court but try all the free shit first.

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