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Elenu slams Kwam 1 over botched US show

Comedian Elenu, has called out Wasiu Ayinde, the Fuji singer better known as Kwam 1, on social media for failing to show up for a show he was paid for in the United States of America. Kwam 1 has been under intense attack after a promoter accused him of refusing to refund payments for a show he missed in the United States.


The promoter had also said that the singer failed to honour his obligation to perform in the US for his planned music tour. In his reaction, Ade Ori Okin’ had explained that the band with which he was to perform experienced visa delays in Nigeria.

He had reassured his clients that the US tour had not been cancelled as widely rumoured. “I owe my fan’s across the globe a high level of respect, hence the need for my explanation recently. That my band trip to the US has not been canceled. All that is necessary to make the trip a success was put in place,” he wrote.


However, Elenu took to Instagram to kick against the arguments presented by Kwam 1. The comedian said the claims made by the singer did not conform to what his manager had earlier revealed. Elenu went ahead to reiterate existing demands for a refund.


“I grew up rocking and Loving your music with very high esteem but you guys need to stop with all this BS you got going on,” Elenu wrote. “Your manager @orbitent_ Mike Fash said and I quote, Alhaji wants everybody to be vaccinated before you guys can travel that is what Mike told me. And it was confirmed on your page.

“Coming here to now start speaking English. I paid you guys thousands of $$ and your daft manager Mike still hasn’t told me till date that visa was the problem cause he knows the contract he signed with me.


“Instead, he claims it is because you want the entire band to be vaccinated. I want my money back. You guys can as well sell the ATL show to whoever but I will be refunded and in full. I have no time for Rada Rada.”

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