Marshall questions Rihanna’s contract
The Barbados Tourism Authority (BTA) should say if it has a “confidentiality agreement” which shields details of Rihanna’s August 5 Loud concert and three-year promotional contract.
The call was made by Dale Marshall, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, on Sunday at a meeting of the Barbados Labour Party’s St George South branch at the Drax Hall Resource Centre.
Marshall said it was “wonderful” when a country like Barbados could proclaim its stars but his query was not about Rihanna as a performer.
He said it was in the interest of transparency, accountability and legality and in keeping with the public’s right to know. (TS)
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