Kenya’s top dancehall star Redsan has finally broken his silence on the controversy that followed his successful album launch last weekend.

On Monday, Tiwa Savage, who was a guest act alongside Jamaica’s Demarco at the launch of Redsan’s album ‘Baddest‘ on Saturday at the Carnivore grounds, took to Twitter to call out the event’s promoter for failing to settle her hotel accommodation bills and transport to the airport.

She further alluded that the promoters had switched off their phones.

Tiwa’s pain was evidently felt by many Kenyans on Twitter, who apologized to her and blasted promoters for embarrassing the country.

In the midst of it all, Redsan’s name was dragged into the debate since it was his event, with some sections claiming he should take some of the blame.

In a statement on Tuesday evening, Redsan asked his accusers to stop dragging his name in the mud.

“Please stop trying to drag our good names in mud, GOD has already cleaned us. What more could you do? To our media houses, I wanna say thank you; for not jumping to conclusions, for being patient and mostly for coming out in large numbers to support my album launch,” said Redsan.

He added that his relationship with Tiwa is tighter despite the attempts by his haters to soil his name.

“Tiwa Savage and I couldn’t be tighter, she came personally for my gig and did an amazing show including my bro Demarco so for the haters out there wishing it’s me in the middle of all this guess what? Your bullets missed once again.”

Redsan also took aim at “vulture promoters” and accused them of killing the industry.

“And for the vulture promoters who always come between artists your time is up. We will expose you this has become a norm in Kenya WHERE vultures wait for you to go through the expenses and the sacrifices of bringing good musicians to our country and then they show up last minute to steal the price.. Don’t wait for an artist to show up in Kenya then you show up with your dollars. You are the guys killing this industry and messing us up,” said Redsan.

 

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Please stop trying to drag our good names in mud, GOD has already cleaned us. What more could you do? To our media houses, I wanna say thank you; for not jumping to conclusions, for being patient and mostly for coming out in large numbers to support my album launch. Thank you for being present as we made history on Saturday, the album is now available on SKIZA as well as iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, Apple Music and Google Music, let Kenyan music fans know they can download the BADDEST ALBUM TODAY! __________ I wanna thank all my fans who came out and all my fans around the world. @TiwaSavage and I couldn’t be tighter, she came personally for my gig and did an amazing show including my bro @DemarcoDaDon so for the haters out there wishing it’s me in the middle of all this guess what? Your bullets missed once again. And for the vulture promoters who always come between artists your time is up. We will expose you this has become a norm in Kenya WHERE vultures wait for you to go through the expenses and the sacrifices of bringing good musicians to our country and then they show up last minute to steal the price.. Don’t wait for an artist to show up in Kenya then you show up with your dollars. You are the guys killing this industry and messing us up. I want to thank my sponsors and all my colleagues in the music industry for coming out last weekend to support me. You guys are awesome and thank you for your big hearts 🙏🏾 Let’s keep the flag flying and the spirit alive. GOD BLESS. #VULTUREPROMOTERSOUTTORUINTHEINDUSTRY #king #baddest #thebaddest #myfans

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