Jeff Popick, manager and creator of USA Freedom Kids. Photo via VICE
Jeff Popick, manager of USA Freedom Kids, a nationalistic organisation of girls who sang during a Trump convene in Jan and went viral as a result, now skeleton to sue his favorite candidate, a Washington Post reports. Previously he told VICE that Trump had a intensity to turn “the best boss we’ve ever had in a story of a country.”
But now Popick is observant that a Trump debate jerked him and his cackle of singing girls around, creation written promises that it didn’t follow by on. First, he claims, a debate betrothed them a list where they’d be means to pre-sell their albums following their now-infamous opening in Pensacola, in lieu of tangible compensation. That didn’t happen. Following that, a debate reportedly called Popick final notation to give a opening in Des Moines, usually to cancel after a girls landed, withdrawal Popick to cover all a costs of travel.
“This is not a billion-dollar lawsuit,” Popick told a Post. “I’m not looking to do conflict with a Trump campaign, though we have to uncover my girls that this is a right thing.”
The manager and father of one of a Freedom Kids believes he has a case. He’s consulted with an profession and skeleton to record a fit in a subsequent integrate of weeks, claiming he’s due a makeup opening for a canceled date in Des Moines or some form of compensation.
The lady organisation done headlines progressing this year for a opening of a strange strain “Freedom’s Call,” that Popick wrote. The strain includes a line “President Donald Trump knows how to make America great.” Reportedly USA Freedom Kids are no longer formulation on releasing that strain on a arriving album, that goes on sale (sans hit) in September.
“At this point, my position is that we have no position, really,” Popick pronounced about his feelings for a Republican presidential candidate. “He competence still be a best claimant as boss of a United States—or not.”