US Tour: Return My Money and Get Out After Comedian Elenu Strongly Mocks Musician Fuji KWAM 1
- Comedian Elenu reacted to a recent interview with fuji musician KWAM1 where he explained the reasons behind his delayed US tour
- The comic star reposted the video on his Instagram page while raising several allegations against KWAM1 and demanding his money back
- Elenu also claimed that contrary to the musician’s explanation, his manager, Mike Fash, never said that getting visas for other band members was a problem.
Nigerian fuji musician King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal (KWAM1) has been heavily ridiculed by US based comedian Elenu for breach of contract and agreement.
Elenu’s post comes shortly after the singer, in a brief chat with Goldmyne TV, explained the reasons behind his delayed US tour.
KWAM1 said he was not one to go through the back door and would only follow established protocol in an effort to bring his band members to the United States for the scheduled tour.
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“I need to clarify something; I have dual citizenship, a proud Nigerian and Canadian. I don’t need a visa for the United States, but my group members need a visa because they have a Nigerian passport.”
The artist explained that members of his group must be interviewed by embassy officials before obtaining visas, while adding that he and his team members did not defraud anyone.
“We owe our fans a high regard. We’re proud of them because they’ve been with us for years. Mike hasn’t defrauded anyone or Wasiu. We can’t get around the US Embassy to say you want to come to the States United, and I’m not going to backdoor.”
Watch the interview below:
I was not aware of any visa issues
Responding to the interview, Elenu took to his Instagram page stating that the musician and his manager never mentioned anything about the band members having visa issues.
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He accused the team of lying, adding that KWAM1’s manager only told him about the singer’s insistence on having his band members vaccinated against COVID-19.
“Mike Fash said and I quote, ‘Alhaji wants everyone vaccinated before you can travel.’ That’s what Mike told me and it was confirmed on your page I’m coming here to start speaking English now.
The comic star claimed he paid the musician and his manager thousands of dollars and was not told about the visa issues.
Elenu stressed that he wanted a refund of his money from both parties.
See his post:
The show was sold to someone else
In another post, Elenu gave more details about the deal between them and how the musician’s team allegedly presented the same show to someone else before coming to see it.
“Do I also need to mention that you had sold the ATL show to another person before you sold me and the person was calling me to tell you to pay them back before they got a court order that stops K1 from getting perform at my show. “
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Also in a related story, the controversial blog, Gistlovers, shared screenshots of an alleged conversation with an artist, Lanre Olakanlu aka Mr Kogberegbe, who had also called out the fuji veteran for breach of contract.
Mr. Kogberegbe claimed that he and his team paid KWAM1 and his team 100% for a show that never happened.
Read the conversation as seen online below:
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