Songstress Tanasha Donna and her manager David Munyua popularly known as African Castro have parted ways after a brief stint working together.
According to Munyua who was interviewed by The Standard, the decision to split was a mutual agreement adding that there was no friction between them.
Munyua revealed that he stopped working with Tanasha over a month ago and she is now being managed by Ciza Obare.
“It was amicable and I will now be embarking on a different journey with my new company Established African,” he said
Tanasha has since issued a statement saying Munyua is still part of her team and they have lots of projects coming up.
“He’s still part of my team and we work together. We have so many upcoming projects so those are lies. I want to clarify that we even met yesterday and spoke about it. Everyone these days is just making assumptions. People believe what they see out there without having concrete proof about what the reality of the situation is. We came to a conclusion and it was a mutual understanding between us two. He was not really fit to manage me, something he acknowledged himself. So it was not me just coming out here and bad-mouthing him “oh he wasn’t fit to manage me.” this is something he recognised himself and he said he’s more into business development.” she said
Munyua is credited for the sucess of many creative talents in the country including Seth Gor, Shaq The Yungin, Tracy Wanjiru, Tracy Macharia, Martin Kimathi and former president Kibaki’s grandson Sean Andrews.