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Entertainment News: Exclusive: Kedar Entertainment Ordered To Pay Dru Hill $414K For Botching Album Release

A judge ordered a record label executive to pay more than $400,000 to Dru Hill after the group sued him for ruining what was supposed to be their comeback album. Manhattan Federal Judge Victor Marrero recently issued a default judgment against Kedar Entertainment CEO Kedar Massenburg after the court found that the music mogul never…



Posted: 2017-05-20 07:55:00

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