Promoters of the scheduled Nakuru concert that was to be headlined by dancehall crooner Busy Signal have spoken up on why the highly anticipated show had to be cancelled.
Earlier in the week the ‘Bedroom Bully’ hitmaker broke the news of a cancelled show on social media and absconded his management and bookings agency Turf Music Entertainment. The blame was then shifted to the promoter who have now issued a statement to allay fears that the recording artist would not get to perform in the country.
Here’s that statement
Greetings to all our fans,
We sincerely regret the decision made by TURF MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT in regards to postponing the kenyan concert which was scheduled for the 30th August 2014 in Nakuru.
This postponement is due to unavoidable circumstances solely caused by the technical dynamics of a round tour concert which was assigned to the Ugandan promoter on behalf of Turf Music Entertainment as their African regional agent.
It is very unfortunate that the show was not in our direct control and had to be postponed, we are working closely with all the parties concerned to make sure that the show goes on as soon as possible and to agree on a new date that is favorable to everyone.
We highly regret any inconvenience.