• Captains lounge club's director said Harmonize failed to honor an agreement he had signed to perform at the club for at least one and a half hours.
• Harmonize was not only expected to perform but to also have a good time with VVIP guests.
Tanzanian singer Harmonize has been arrested and is cooling his heels at the Kileleshwa Police Station.
This follows a complaint from a number of club owners in Nairobi who had held talks of having Harmonize to perform at their clubs.
One of the complainants in Harmonize's case is a director of Captains Lounge, a club located along Mombasa road.
Speaking on the ordeal, the club's director said Harmonize failed to honor an agreement he had signed to perform at the club for at least one and a half hours.
"The whole team which comprises of Melamani Ltd and Harmonize himself. He was on stage for about 1 minute 30 seconds...which angered fans so much. He should have even stayed in the club as we had agreed. But my biggest complaint with the whole team is a conspiracy to fraud. I paid money and we never received services," he told Citizen TV.
The club director added that Harmonize was not only expected to perform but to also have a good time with VVIP guests.
"I have a contract which says a minimum of 1 and a half hours. So that can not be a technical appearance."
On Friday, the Tanzanian singer made an appearance at the club and briefly performed his songs Kwangwaru and teacher.
He then told fans to meet him at KICC where he would be headlining the Pamoja Concert on Saturday.
Enraged fans charged towards Harmonize and his Kenyan host Eric Omondi.
Speaking on the ordeal, Eric Omondi said that Harmonize was meant to only make an appearance and that it was his wish to perform or not.