Promoter Samson Kisekka issued an intention to sue notice to Chameleone and his management.
According to Mr. Kisekka, Chameleone did not perform despite being booked for the show slated for 30 April 2022. This performance would be held at the grand opening of an unmentioned hotel in Mityana.
The promoter further stressed that Chameleone’s failure to turn up to the event made him record some severe losses. This is due to the fans who came out to see the singer vandalizing property at the venue when the Valu Valu singer failed to show.
Mr. Kisekka now wants Jose Chameleone to refund the Shs2.5m he paid him as an advance payment as they had agreed on Shs5m as full payment for his performance.
He further demanded that the singer return the shs350,000 that the promoter sent to him as transport money to help him get to the venue.
Mr. Kisekka also demands that Chameleone pays for the damages he caused for not showing up at the venue. Apparently, he had even made an advert for the event.
The reason why the singer did not show up to perform is still unclear despite the fact that he took part of the payment.
Regardless though, the singer and his management are yet to respond to the lawsuit.
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