MadTown files lawsuit against GNI Entertainment to terminate their contracts

MadTown, debuted in 2014 by J. Tune Camp, left their previous company in hopes of continuing further in the music industry. Not feeling they were represented or taken care of well, they only recently switched companies in the beginning of this year (2017). 

Unfortunately for the band, the CEO for that agency had been charged with fraud and had been undergoing investigations for 32 other charges. The CEO has been found guilty and has been taken into custody for fraud. Sadly, this leaves the entire company at rock bottom.

It was just released (September 11th, 2017) that the seven members of MadTown have filed for nullification on their exclusive contract with their label GNI Entertainment. Hundreds of employees (staff, managers, actors, actresses, idols and trainees) are left on their own.

Fans of MadTown hope that the group will be able to continue together still as one group under a better label.

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