Posted: Thursday, January 16, 2020. 4:54 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Shyne Barrow contacted Breaking Belize News this evening to personally refute our report that a settlement is being brokered with Troy “DJ Dalla” Flowers for a case that was to have been filed against him, ancillary to a previous matter before the courts.
And that, Barrow told us, is because he has received no notice of the claim Flowers’ attorney, Kareem Musa, was to have filed in court this morning, and neither has his lawyer, Liesje Barrow-Chung.
“I haven’t spoken with DJ Dalla in eight months. I have had no communication with him personally or through an intermediary,” Shyne explained.
Barrow said if Musa and Flowers have a case they want to try against him, they need to file it in court and see that he is notified; otherwise, as he told Channel 7 News on Tuesday, he doesn’t know what they are talking about.
It is Flowers who has been sued and needs to pay, said Barrow, who denied agreeing with Flowers to use his consignment with Belize Brewing Company Limited to the tune of $26,000 for activities observing Music Week last May. He added that while he does not want to go into the facts of the case at present, he considered it Flowers’ responsibility to deal with the consignment as it is in his name.
Shyne told us he believes he will be vindicated in any case tried in court because “I know the facts,” and it follows that he has not accepted any terms for a settlement as suggested by Musa. He further attacked the “politicization” of the matter, stating that if it is a matter as we reported that people are looking for those with integrity and responsibility, then his track record is ample proof.
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