Last week, one of Jamaica’s best reggae artistes Natty King was in the country for a music tour. His visit was courtesy of a Kenyan reggae promoter called Chini Ya Mti. First, King performed in Buruburu, and he had also been scheduled to perform in Meru as well last weekend. However, the latter show didn’t happen. Reason, I will let you know shortly.
However, Natty King, the guy who brought to us one of the most popular reggae songs in history titled No Guns To Town, wasn’t pleased by the way the promoter handled matters while he was in Kenya.
After his departure from Kenya, King went on social media, where he posted a video recording of himself ranting against the promoter, and even calling him names. In the video, he alleges that Chini Ya Mti (which he prefers to call “chini ya mshit”) refused to pay him, hence the no-show in Meru.
He also claimed that the promoter never showed any willingness to let him know when he would receive his money, to enable him take care of some things. He says that he was even forced to dig into own pockets in order to clear bills at the hotel he was residing.
To get the real picture of what I am saying, check out this video Natty King posted on his Facebook page…
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