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Gyptian is to perform in Kampala
Gyptian is to perform in Kampala

Jamaican Reggae And Dancehall Artist Gyptian To Perform In Uganda

The Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist Gyptian is set to perform in Uganda before the end of 2017, the “hold yuh” hit maker becomes the second major Reggae Jamaican artist to be contacted by Ugandan events promoters.

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Just days after the Tarrus Rilley concert was cancelled due to unknown reasons, here Urban TV confirms to Blizz about Gyptian’s visit to Kampala for yet to be the show of the year with the date not yet scheduled.

Urban TV are said to be the official sponsors for the Jamaican artist in Uganda who will be accompanied by other artists who have not been mentioned, however many revellers have criticized these events promoters who put up shows, sell tickets and later the artists don’t turn up.

Many of the socialites around the city revealed to Blizz that most promoters currently are confusing the masses, getting money through the sell of tickets and yet later they cancel the shows when artists fail to show up.

However, some revelers are threatening this time to attack the promoters in case the artist (Gyptian) fails to turn up when they have already purchased the tickets .
We shall keep you posted on the development of the story.

Source: ugbliz

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