For the third time this year, Wizkid has failed to impress show organisers, as pride is beginning to creep in slowly, unannounced.
A Uk based Show agency criticised the pop singer over his non-appearance in a concert after he had been booked and paid in advance.
Humble Entertainment, a show promoting agency in London, and organisers of Safari Night gigs, released a statement online, apologising to fans for Wizkid’s failure to perform at the concert.
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“Humble Ents first and foremost would like to express our sincere apologies for any inconvenience and disappointment caused by Wizkid being unable to attend our event. We worked tirelessly to rectify this issue but unfortunately it was beyond our control.”
“Despite going through all the necessary procedure to book Wizkid, which included signing a contract and paying the required fee, we have been let down by the booking/management parties.”
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Interestingly, Sunday Are, the owner of List Entertainment who represents Wizkid in Nigeria, said he was not aware of any cancelled performance. He made this known on his Twitter post yesterday, 30th May, reacting to the accusation made by Humble Entertainment.
He wrote via @sundayaree “please always get your facts right. I don’t know about this. Nobody discussed this with me”.
Meanwhile, in April this year, something similar happened in Zimbabwe as the Starboy refused to turn up for a stage performance. Early this month, he exhibited another arrogant act in Accra Ghana. According to the reports, Wizkid threw down the microphone and destroyed some equipment on stage during his sound check.
Could it be that all the “Drake’s One Dance Billboard hype” and “Tour with Chris Brown” has made Wizkid loose respect for his fans? Or has he forgotten so soon, one rule of a show man? “Never cancel appointments or shows without giving prior notice to the other party.”