The singer’s manager says he finds the news “very sad”. “We are very happy that we have nothing to do with this. We were not aware of anything about it.” The manager also tells that Tim Hofman, who worked for the program BOOS makes an episode about the abuses in The Voice, has not contacted. “Probably because we have nothing to do with this.”
RTL contacted Waylon on Saturday morning. “Waylon makes this program with a lot of love. It is a beautiful program and it is just a shame for everyone who is working very hard on this, including the employees … Follow-up is unclear. This is very sad and sad.”
The Public Prosecution Service reported to this site this morning that a report has been filed for sexually transgressive behavior at the RTL program. The voice of Holland. It is not clear whether it concerns the complaint against Ali. A spokesperson does say that this is not a complaint against former jury member Marco Borsato, against whom a complaint was made in December.
Ali B’s lawyer Bart Swier does not want to respond to the reports. The rapper’s management released a statement this morning stating that Ali is vehemently denying. “A lot is still unclear, but one thing is clear: Ali has never abused his position and has never behaved sexually in a transgressive manner. We await the investigation with confidence.’
Band leader Jeroen Rietbergen will update his work immediately The Voice down and admits the allegations against him. In a comprehensive statement tells the pianist that he has had contact with a sexual nature with some women involved in the program and has exchanged sexually tinted WhatsApp messages.