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Killer T Pulls No Show At A Botswana Event Despite Receiving US$2 000 Full Payment


Zimdancehall artist Killer T reportedly failed to turn up for a Botswana show despite having signed the contract and receiving US$2 000 performance fee.

His fans were in high hopes after Killer T did an endorsement video and alerted that he would be in the neighboring country on 2 April.

According to Zimcelebs, this was Killer T’s first time to perform in Botswana alongside Zolasko at Big Five Lodge.

Earground reports that they have spoken to the Botswana promoter of the the ZIMBOTS concert where Killer T was billed to perform.

It was reported that according to Extreme Wealth Promotions, a flight for him and his manager and the two were scheduled to take off from Harare on Friday via Johannesburg but they reportedly reached the promoter saying they had missed their flight.

The promoter then booked and paid for new tickets (for Saturday) and the two are believed to have boarded for SA but since have not been reachable. The promoter revealed that they went ahead with the event hoping the artist would finally pitch up and the audience grew restless resulting in violent reactions that saw sound equipment and property worth thousands of dollars being damaged.

Also on iHarare, controversial cleric Passion Java and Robert Mugabe Jr were humiliated yesterday at Africa University after they were chased from the school premises by the security guards.

People are seemingly fed up with his attention-seeking antics, and they are now expressing it to his face. The man is used to being welcomed by jubilant crowds who scream his name and chase his convoy.
In Glen view at one time, multitudes jostled for a hot dog and a bottle of Pepsi juice. The script has now changed as people are now ignoring his public appearances, and going about their businesses.


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