Ramsey Nouah has gotten in touch with the graphic designer, Louisa whose designs were used in Living in Bondage movie without compensating her.
We reported earlier that Louisa called out the producers of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free on Twitter after she was hired for designs for the movie, dropped and still went on to use some of the designs they rejected while they didn’t pay her for.
However, it looked like it was a misunderstanding and with the help of Kate Henshaw, Louisa has gotten in touch with Ramsey Nouah and has now been paid.
“UPDATE Twitter, I made that thread not to indict anybody but to sensitize about the issue and I am grateful that everyone was supportive to me. I didn’t have a direct contact to Ramsey or the crew that is why I used social media. You can see I even tagged the wrong handle.
“My noise together with your Retweets got them to know and they have contacted me. They didn’t know but now they do and have acted accordingly. I have been compensated. I am still proud to have worked on the movie and hope for future possibilities.”
Thank you so much to everyone who have helped me with this. Thank you @HenshawKate I really don't know everyone's handles but I am utterly grateful.
— Louisajlo (@louisajlo) June 17, 2020
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