John Rivera he’s the youthful brother of the late singer Jenni Rivera, one of many biggest exponents of regional Mexican music within the United States. Like her, he has additionally constructed a profession within the music trade, though lately some scandals surrounding his household have been extra distinguished.
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Juan and Jenni have been fairly shut, in order that they got here to work collectively within the completely different corporations of the singer, the identical ones that after her dying turned directed by Rose Rivera, the youngest of the clan, and later, by Jacquie Rivera, one of many daughters of “The diva of the band”.
The corporations he based Dolores Janney Rivera are ‘Jenni Rivera Enterprises, LLC’ and ‘Jenni Rivera Fashion LLC’, being certainly one of them the one which up to now owes cash to Juan.
WHAT DID JUAN RIVERA DO IN THE COMPANY?
In a press convention held on January 10, Juan Rivera revealed that he labored for a few years in ‘Jenni Rivera Enterprises’, the place he carried out varied duties as a music producer for essential tasks:
“My job was a plumber, producing music, organizing events, setting up boutiques, creating records. […] In 2013 I was the creator of Jenni Vive, I was the one who hired the artists, the one who contracted the flights, the hotel, I was the one who did the promotion and everything that had to be done”.
According to his model, he produced 19 of 29 songs that appeared within the Netflix bioseries ‘Butterfly Neighborhood’, with out receiving what he deserved for it:
“They paid a lot of money, a lot, for the rights to that. I should have been given a percentage of that, I was given a couple of years, 7 years remain to be paid. I approached Jacqie and told her to make things easy, make a sum, pay it all and I’ll take 20 or 30 percent off.”
HOW MUCH DID YOU EARN?
Rivera also commented on how much was the salary he received during all this time, as well as how much they would be owing him to date, emphasizing that the figure never seemed fair to him: “I have never asked for compensation, ever, It’s not 300 thousand dollars. I really don’t know how much it is to be honest. In 2013, it they paid me 682 dollars a fortnight”.
NO LONGER INTERESTED IN MONEY
Despite making the public complaint, Juan assured that he has no interest in charging a peso, instead, he prefers that this money be donated to an orphanage:
“Yes, it is a good fair, if people think it is a fair, it is not… donate the money, you have to give that money to an orphanage, so that people do not say, that the check does not reach me, that they take that money that is owed to me from my work and give it to an orphanage”.