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Dust Between Living in Bondage producers and graphic artist over cult logo’s settled

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Louisa Ejenavbo, the graphic designer who called out producers of the wave-making ‘Living In Bondage Breaking Free’ on Twitter over unpaid designs, which she was contracted to make for the movie, has stated that the issue has been resolved and that she has been well compensated for the designs.

In a tweet in which she tagged director of the flick Ramsey Nouah, Jnr that went viral minutes after she shared it, Ejenavbo demanded payment for some designs she was contracted in 2019 to make for the movie and which were used in the 2019 blockbuster.

She stated that she was contacted by a member of the production crew to design the majority of the graphics used in the movie such as ‘cult symbol, company logos, a blog page design, an Instagram page for the lead actor Nnamdi, a Photoshop of the lead actor in NYSC uniform, custom license plates and a lot of other stuff’.

Ejenavbo further disclosed that almost two years after, she has not been paid for her designs even though they were used in the movie. ‘’My blood and sweat, my sleepless nights and broken backs after claiming they were not good enough. Worse of, I wasn’t credited, I wasn’t paid. I wasn’t even compensated’’ the graphic designer wrote in the tweet. But the content of a tweet by Ejenavbo shared on Tuesday on twitter showed that the matter has been resolved, thanks to star actress, Kate Henshaw who intervened and got in contact with Ramsey Nouah, Jnr who swiftly investigated the matter and reached out to the graphic designer.

Apparently Ejenavbo tagged Ramsey Nouah on a wrong twitter account. However, the tweet by Ejenavbo read: ‘‘for those who do not know that I made an update on a new tweet. I have been contacted and compensated. I really want to then every one of you for your retweets and support. Thanks all’’.


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