Luba claimed to have bought Kenzo’s festival and was the one supposed to organize it. According to Luba Events, he bought Kenzo’s festival for Shs 120m before the COVID-19 lockdown. Kenzo however after the lockdown increased the price to 500m shillings despite having signed an agreement earlier.
Luba ran to court and an injunction stopping Kenzo from performing anywhere in the country was issued. Kenzo however dismissed Luba’s claims.
The Big Talent boss said that they had agreed 140m shillings and Luba was supposed to pay a 50% deposit. He then paid only 40m shillings which Kenzo gave to the team doing rehearsals. However, the show was cancelled with just 7 days remaining. And since Luba hadn’t effected the 50% clause, the agreement was already breached by him.
Kenzo also added that the show was canceled by government due to the pandemic. This is therefore beyond his control and exonerates him from any wrong doing. Luckily for Luba according to the BET award winner, he was compensated by the government and proof is there.
Their agreement also had a clause saying that in case of any disagreements, they should first sit to discuss it out before running to court. However, Luba didn’t come to Kenzo for mediation but only ran to court. This was in addition to accusing the Stamina singer of refusing to negotiate with him.
Besides, his contract ran up to 24th May 2020 and he doesn’t own the rights to the Festival. Kenzo also added that Luba said that the Festival that was organized is not the one he planned. He therefore doesn’t know why the events promoter ran to court.
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