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Artists SAY ‘NO’ to SPAMMING’ Bloggers on Social Media: Manager IREDUMARE Apologizes to 4LAH for Disrespectful Conduct and Insults by his Artists

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It was a COMPLETE turn off when ThefactoryPack began spamming me on twitter some few weeks ago about a new album on Spinlet. When I couldn’t take it anymore, I asked them to stop. It’s a BIG pet peeve for me to be spammed on twitter by artists. I typically block if it becomes much or ignore.

Artists we’ve gone through this before. When you spam bloggers and media personalities on twitter or other social media platforms, it shows you are not really serious about your work, beyond it being very, very annoying.

Anyway, apparently TheFactoryPack people took the same behavior to 4Lah. She responded with the tweets below and when she did, they and their fans rained insults and abuses on her. Thankfully, the owner of the company IREDUMARE who is also a lawyer and knows better from reading and being an AML fan, as well as knowing 4Lah’s work; and just having common sense, saved the day with the video below.

Iredumare, you should train your artists. This is part of artist development and they shouldn’t be on twitter or social media harassing media and personalities with their music.

Ms. Uduak TIP: Artists NOBODY, I repeat, NOBODY owes you nothing, really. You work like everyone else, your work product just happens to be music but nobody owes you anything to validate your work, spend their money on you and your work, or make you and your family rich at their own expense and that of their families. If they do, be grateful AND be sure to give back to the community that helped you become successful in the first place. BUT LET’S BE CLEAR, YOU ARE NOT ENTITLED TO SUCCESS ON THE BACK OF THE MEDIA, BLOGGERS OR EVEN YOUR FANS. NOBODY OWES YOU NOTHING!

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#BREAKING-BOXES|2014 @thefactorypack · 10h
@4LaH Lmao. We get support from people that don’t feel too big. Its people like you that ruin dreams. you are not too big to reply or relate
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
The end. 🙂
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
@thefactorypack Finally, if you want to promote your album on social media, be calm & LEARN how to do it properly. Spamming is not the way.
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
@thefactorypack The sense of entitlement that new artistes like you have is the major reason why most of you get turned down.
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
@thefactorypack i have written countless articles on music promotion on social media. Have you even bothered to read any of them?
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
@thefactorypack What difference would retweeting your link every time you mention me make?
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
@thefactorypack how do you know i have not listened? If you want my “support”, is spamming my mentions the way to go about it?
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FAVORED WOMAN @4LaH · 10h
@thefactorypack this bad attitude to correction won’t help you. You have tweeted that link at me 2 many times. It’s called spamming.
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AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law blog and podcast show by Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer Ms. Uduak Oduok empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

Credited for several firsts in the fashion and entertainment industry, Ms. Uduak is also a Partner and Co-Founder of Ebitu Law Group, P.C. where she handles her law firm’s intellectual property law, media, business, fashion, and entertainment law practice areas. She has litigated a wide variety of cases in California courts and handled a variety of entertainment deals for clients in the USA, Africa, and Asia.

Her work and contributions to the creative industry have been recognized by numerous organizations including the National Bar Association, The American University School of Law and featured in prestigious legal publications in the USA including ABA Journal and The California Lawyer Magazine. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the prestigious Academy of Arts University in San Francisco.
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3 Comments

  1. SwagChic says:

    That’s not the Point! I followed the whole issue… All 4lah had to do was RT the link I’m sure they respect her and her online status that much…. All I see here is You justifying 4lah… Plus they didn’t insult her 1st…. She did… So y’all shld cut the Crap! Do you know how many pple will see your RT (which automatically shows support) I saw top Celebs tweet and RT for them, what does it cost 4lah to RT???????? Nothing!

    1. Why should 4lah retweet? I'd like to know what exact obligation she has to retweet spammers?

      1. Also, you are not making any sense. The owner of the artists say he found them disrespectful to 4lah and diffused the situation. He even made a video.

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