In the clip below by Nigezie, Gini discusses why he decided to produce the documentary on Da Grin. He takes on the Nigerian police, he questions LUTH hospital were Da Grin died and the level of care provided to him, he questions Da Grin’s management and artist-management relationships in Nigeria in general and finally, he questions why a company like Stingomania did a movie about Da Grin’s life without even contacting those who worked closely with him and knew him well.
It is one documentary I hope is made available online because I really would love to see it. For now, check out the video clip below as Gini and many others discuss the upcoming Da Grin documentary.
By the way, whatever happened to the Stingomania v. Richard Branson lawsuit over Da Grin movie produced by Stingomania? Did it settle? If y’all know, hit me up via email (email@example.com). Thanks.
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