The management of King Promise on Monday, October 22 came out to respond to earlier allegations of Yasmin Behzadi, a Dubai based lady who claimed to have been dumped by King Promise after she had invested a lot of vital resources in his career.
In a quick rebuttal to the statement from the management of King Promise, Yasmin Behzadi has come out today, October 24 to respond to the statement and make more revelations. In an interview with Andy Dosty this morning on Hitz FM, Yasmin Behzadi rubbished the claims that she described King Promise as a waste product. She questioned how she will calling him a waste product when she was investing so much into him.
“…how can I be calling him a waste product…a product I believed in…” and invested some much money in…” Yasmin Behzadi stated.
Yasmin Behzadi further stated in the interview that although all humans have their differences, she can’t call him a “waste product” because he was an artist she believed in.
The Dubai based businesswoman also stated that she used to send him clothes for him look good and wondered if her advise to the musician to ensure he does not get any woman pregnant, is what makes him feel that she treated him as he puppet.
Yasmin Behzadi also revealed to Andy Dosty in the interview that she had signed a 360 deal with King Promise. She also revealed that even though she had a deal with the musician, she was not aware when King Promise was signed by Killbeatz.
The businesswoman in trying to prove to Andy Dosty that all her allegations were true forwarded to him text messages King Promise allegedly sent to her on Nov 8, 2016, in which he promised buying her a car as a gratitude for all her investments. In the said message, the musician also acknowledged what she had done for him and told her not to feel he was cutting her off.
Yasmin ended the interview by threatening to take King Promise to court.
“We are going to meet in court…if you want to be greedy….then the only option is to go to court,” she threatened.