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Ogipro cancels contract with Tomomi Kahala

Talent agency Production Ogi (Ogipro) announced Friday that they had cancelled their exclusivity contract with singer/stage artist Tomomi Kahala the previous day, Iza! reports.

Ogipro explained their move saying “As Kahala’s mental and physical recovery has been regrettably slow, we have decided we can not afford to further support her career”. Kahala was acute bronchitis in the end of last year, and had to take a break from the theather. She returned to the stage in May, but Ogipro said many cancelled shows have followed.

Tomomi has been with Ogipro since May 1999, after her much publicized breakup with music producer Tetsuya Komoro.

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