Nadine Coyle rants about fake show ‘sabotage’

Nadine Coyle rants about fake show ‘sabotage’

Nadine Coyle has taken to Twitter to rant about a fake management company booking gigs under her name.

The singer took to social media platforms to announce to fans that she has nothing to do with the now-cancelled live shows and believes it is someone trying to “sabotage” her.

“Unfortunately I have to write this but I can't let it go on. There are one or more people saying they represent me for live shows that do not,” she began.

They are making odd requests & deals that are not coming from me or anyone to do with me. At this point we don’t know all of the info.

She continued: “This is blatant sabotage by whoever is doing this. They are initiating conversations with organisations”

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Two of the shows were scheduled as “pride events”, which Coyle said were her favourite.

They are making deals (not our deals) then saying I can’t do the stage time. So they are getting cancelled

The 33-year-old apologized to fans saying that she does not know how long it has been going on for but she is glad they are aware of it now.

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