Manager of Ghanaian musician Wendy Shay, Bullet has confirmed on Rainbow Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that Netflix has flagged the controversial blockbuster movie Slay.
His artiste had threatened to sue producers of the new Netflix blockbuster Slay.
According to him, the movie produced by Nigerian filmmaker Elvis Chucks had the song of his song ‘All For You’ featured in it.
Reacting to this, Bullet said after they issued their threat, Netflix pulled down the movie.
Speaking to sit-in host Chris Tsormanah, he said music is an intellectual property and people who wish to use them for commercial purposes must pay for it.
He said musicians are poor because people used their intellectual property without any express permission.
He disclosed further that the team has asked their lawyer to deal with the matter.
He added that they have evidence to show that the producers used their intellectual property without express permission.
He said the producers failed to seek consent before using the intellectual property of his artiste.
He said it is a crime to use someone’s intellectual property without their consent.
The Nigerian movie ‘Slay’ which debuted on Netflix on Monday April 26, tells the story of girls who prey on older, promiscuous men.
The movie features numerous stars including Ramsey Noah, Kalybos, Bismark Odoi, Amanda Dupont, Dawn Thandeka, Enhle Mbali, Fabian Lojede, Lilian Dube among others.