The Attorneys representing Dancehall Star Spice have responded to allegations made by the organizer of Chug It, Miami, Andrew French. On Monday, a letter was issued to the entertainer, through Attorney Mr. Peter Champagnie, Q.C., demanding an apology and full refund from the female Entertainer, after her “no-show” at the event on Sept. 5.
However, in their response, both local and overseas lawyers for Grace Hamilton o/c Spice – Mrs. Ayisha Robb (Jamaica) and Mr. Darrell Thompson (USA) have refuted the allegations.
In their response, numerous breaches of the performance contract were outlined:
1. She was not required to perform before 9 p.m. The contract stipulated she would perform no later than 11:30 p.m. without any mention of an earlier performance time.
2. The promoter did not purchase Spice’s ticket. The credit card was declined by 2 different airlines for three (3) of the tickets, 2 people in Jamaica and 1 in New York
3. No transportation was provided for Spice on her arrival in Miami.
4. No ground transportation or security personnel was provided for Spice by Wright in Miami.
5. The required hotel room was not provided to Spice.
6. Wright proceeded to defame/ tarnish Spice’s brand and reputation on social media and this matter will be pursued through the courts.
7. Spice (The Queen of Dancehall) has been performing for over 20 years both locally and overseas and has always been present and on time for her shows.