Daddy Lumba has been requested to return a customized Tundra and some money he owes, according to Herbal Dr. Manfred Takyi, also known as Jaydee, the chief executive officer of Joy Industries.
The CEO bemoaned bitterly how unappreciative several celebrities, including Daddy Lumba, had been to him after he had supported them through their difficult times in a video posted on blogger Zionfelix's Instagram page.
“Even Daddy Lumba owes us.” The funds we gave Daddy Lumba were also used to customize a Tundra for him.Tell him to return our car. He had shows at which he was supposed to perform but failed to do so—not even half the show. Our money and car are with him. “Today, they have turned their backs on us.”
“Some of the celebrities we have helped in Ghana are here.” I am not saying this without any backing. We helped a lot of celebrities when they were in crisis, but none of them have spoken about it, and we live for it.
“Yes, I am saying this with all seriousness. when some celebrities had their market go down. “Joy Industries as a company, as a corporate entity, had them on so many shows, but there is a serious economic hardship worldwide today.”