KINGSTOWN, SVG (BreadFruit News) – One of the most digitally successful youth singers from St. Vincent and the Grenadines has lambasted his former employer for allegedly threatening his life.
The “Tumblr” singer said that for many years he has been “underpaid without overtime or holidays, even working 11 hours on some days.”
“I have been working in some inhumane conditions all when NEMO gave advice that everyone should stay in door, we were forced to work.”
In a BreadFruit News Exclusive, the talented, singer and music producer further alleges that he had spent days working in the rain including at 3:30am in order to sell bread.
He recounted experiences where he allegedly had to self-service the company vehicle even though he is not a trained mechanic.
“If the vehicles encountered any problems mechanically, the boss told us to try an fix it as if we are certified mechanics and when we can’t get it fix and call him again he threatens to fire us and say we complain too much.”
The “Horn” singer also said that if the existing problems caused an accident, the workers were required to cover the damage which in some cases were in excess of the actual cost.
London told us that he has made a complaint to the Labour Department demanding severance payment, and compensation for monies taken out of pay.