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African Attire on Fleek founder in hot soup

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The African Attire on fleek Letshwiti is likely to get a lawsuit from her former business partner Bridget Hughes. Hughes alleges that she has been swindled some monies by the African Attire on fleek founder.

Bridget Hughes who is based in United Kingdom told The Parrot News Online that she is allegedly owed P45, 000 a cheque she has long been expecting to be credited since last year December by David Letshwiti.

Narrating on what really transpired, Hughes says she got in a partnership with the Colourful People a company that organises African Attire on fleek. The partnership was under an agreement that she invests P95000 towards the events and in return benefit from the show net profits.

“I then paid my lawyers to do a legal joint agreement to seal the agreement, ” said Hughes.

According to Hughes after her P95 000, 00 investment the event took place and was successful.

When this reporter quizzed her how she knew the show was successful, Hughes said, “the event made over P500 000 both Colourful People Directors (David Letshwiti and Olebogeng Letlhogela) confirmed this to me.”

She further said: “but after the event, they didn’t want to share profits evenly let alone pay me all my investments.”

Bridget Hughes told this publication that she is still owed  P45, 000 and has allegedly only received P50 000 from the money she invested. “I had to threaten them that I will sue them that’s when they paid P50 000 in December and wrote a letter stating that they will pay me P45 000 by end of February, ” said Hughes.

For his part Letshwiti told this publication that he does not have anything to say but rather will only rebut after he has seen the article.It was only after further interrogation that Letshwiti then admitted knowing Hughes and was in a business partnership with her, but refused to give more details on their partnership.

Hughes will host a show in Maun similar to African Attire on fleek. The event is called African roots. The Parrot News Online can confirm that the two events will be on the same date in Maun both on the 12th April 2020. The shows are almost the same in every concept, even promotional  show flyers are also designed in a similar manner but Letshwiti said this does not bother him in fact “Let the best man win.”