The singer refused to perform at a concert of which he refused to show up at the concert after his arrival his arrival in the country. The artist was supposed to perform on August 8, at Warehouse, Old Nextdoor Arena in Tanzania as part of his Afro Classic World Tour.
His support at the concert were so furious to the extent of destroying things and properties due to the artist not show after they bought their expensive ticket for the program. Some of the ticket for the concert worth $5000.
After the arrival of the artist in the country, He claimed that his clothes were unavailable which led him to refuse to attend the concert. It was reported that, he confiscated the bus of a laundry company he contracted to do laundry for him.
In addition, it was reported that Kizz Daniel impounded the bus on the grounds that his clothes which worth 14 million naira has been damaged by the laundry company.
According to the statement of the organizers of the program, they paid the artist in full for the program and yet he didn’t show up which has led to arrest of the artist.
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