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King Tee Dee apologise for Sjava’s absence and announces next year’s event

Mshasho founder thanks fans, fellow artists for committing and killing the stage, at the same time apologising for international acts absence.

King Tee Dee has issued an apology for the South African headliners who did not pitch for the recently ended 280919 The Revelation musical event. Award-winning acts Sjava and Biblos were supposed to be part of the memorable experience that took place at the Unam Stadium and according to the release, the team will further look into the matter.

“We would like to apologize to our concert-goers for the none show up of Sjava, who was supposed to be our international act. Our team communicated with his company and deposit payments however they double booked which lead to a non-appearance. We would like to ensure our fans that we did all we could and this will not repeat itself next year.

Biblos took to his Instagram page where he explained his absentia from the 280919 saying that he had a family emergency and that he will make it up to his Namibian and King Tee Dee fans.”

The event that took place on Saturday saw local artists perform alongside King Tee Dee in unity which led to attendees congratulating the Mshasho founder for pulling off and filling up the Unam Stadium without international acts. DJs and artists who brought the roof down include TopCheri, Lioness, Tate Buti, DJ Castro, DJ Alba, Gazza and Kaboy Kamakili to mention a few. From the statement issued, King Tee Dee also announced that there will indeed be a next year concert as in his gratitude giving, he thanked the fans, the artists, media and Mikel Jes and said:

” We looking forward to partner up with you next year.”

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