Jed Madela, tinapos na ang katahimikan tungkol sa mga sinabi sa kanya ng dating manager

Singer Jed Madela ended his silence on the accusations made by his former talent manager, Annie Mercado, after he released his single ‘Wish U the Worst.’

It can be recalled that Annie Mercado addressed Jed’s new song, claiming that it was a ‘diss track’ against his former management.

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“Since he went public via a song, I am no longer going to keep quiet about this person. I’m naming him don’t worry. This song is about relationships but we’re not d*mb to think its not about us, the very family who took good care of him and loved him from the day he set foor in Manila. So yeah I’m not playing the game of this ungrateful man anymore,” she said.

However, Jed said that it would be impossible for his new song to be about his former management as he was not the one who wrote his new single.

“I didn’t write the song. It just so happened that it was offered to me, I wanted a new sound. Ni-record ko siya, you have to go with the flow of how things are now. It just so happened na it got caught in the middle,” said Jed.

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He also said that he was grateful to his former management and didn’t forget how he became popular because of them.

“I never stopped saying na I am grateful. Sila naman ang nagsimula [ng career ko]. They started my career, Tita Annie brought me to Manila. She helped me get into showbiz,” the singer said.

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“It was, we were a team. In time kasi, we all have to grow. Kami, we have different priorities now. Sila they’re focused on WCOPA, ako I’m focused on a new chapter in my life doing something different naman.” he added.

He was still hoping for a reconciliation between him and Annie.

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