Singer Kizz Daniel has issued an apology for pulling out of a Sunday performance in Tanzania that caused a stir in the country.
He was paid $60,000 for a show that cost the producers no less than $300,000, but he did not perform, according to the organizers of the event.
Organizers claimed they begged him for five hours, but all he answered was that the airline had forgotten to bring his bag. He had a gold chain around his neck, which is why he was unable to perform because it was missing. He had high expectations.
The organizers were forced to confront him and request his arrest after this prompted the supporters to damage property within the auditorium.
Kizz Daniel has given a press conference to give his perspective on the situation one day after being freed.
The performer claimed that before his performance, the rampage had already started in the theater, and his management had urged him to stay back to protect him.
“The crowd was already in a frenzy; the fans were in a frenzy, which I know was motivated by love. In order to respect the fans, I was instructed to wait. You must not go; it is not secure. So I consented.
He has reconciled with the concert’s organisers, though, and has decided to give Tanzanians a free makeover show.
He is prepared to give a free performance to a sizable audience to restore his damaged reputation.
“I’ll be working with Straight Up Vibes to put up a free event this Friday. I’m sorry to the supporters. Nothing was done on purpose, he claimed.