According to the artiste, Chyna is a nice woman, however, he is not seeing the benefits of their musical collaboration.
"A nuh really split but she cyah manage mi career. I am dealing with my thing until I get people who can deal with it the way I want it to move," Ninja Man said.
"When me leave jail it mek BBC and CNN and therefore an artiste of my status doesn't need much money to promote. All it needs is people who a put out effort on you. Me and Chyna a par from before mi guh jail but di people dem wey a deal with the thing nah deal with it good, mi haffi tell dem straight and plain because mi nuh deh yah pon standby a full-time mi sey," Ninja Man said.
The Bad Man Cant Make Love deejay disclosed that he will be responsible for his own bookings until he has sorted out his management issues.
"Persons who want to book Ninja Man will have to find me and from mi tell yu sey yu confirm dat mean sey yu confirm," Ninja Man said.
Efforts to get a comment from Chyna were unsuccessful, but sources close to her said that she was contemplating relocating to the United States.
Ninja is gearing up to host a charity event in aid of the development of the Jacks River Primary School. This is a collaborative effort featuring some of his fellow vintage dancehall and reggae artistes. "Wi a step up wi own promotions and wi a help people by building schools and helping youth to go to school. Wi sey youth are the future and abuse fi dun," Ninja said.
The artiste is also making an effort to tap into the summer music market with an upcoming single produced by Jam 2 Productions called We Love It When It Real Tight.
"Mi just a duh some music wey people wah fi hear. I am doing what is right and attacking them from all angle from the dancehall, church, school, etc., dancehall is about music. I have a lot of songs that I made in prison but for now I am just doing some songs that the youth can relate to. Nuh man nah guh tell mi wah fi sing sey," Ninja Man said.