Zimdancehall star Killer T has been labelled a thief after he reportedly received US$2 000 from a promoter to perform at a show in Botswana before he allegedly snubbed the show.
Online publication Zimcelebs reported that this was Killer T’s first time to perform in Botswana alongside Zolasko at Big Five Lodge.
Letting the cat out of the bag, musician and producer, Lazzie T took to his Facebook page to tell Killer T that he must return back the US$2 000 he received from the promoter.
“Kana chiri chokwadii chandirikunzwa zvirikunzi zvakaitwa na Killer t kutawura chikwadii maArtist ngatisa Abuser maPromoter plus kana wakapihwa yimwe marii nekuto tengerwa maTickets chachimbavha dzorera promoter mariii yake pliz musayite Birthday nemari ya Promoter pliz .Ma Promoter nemaFans varungu vedu mbiri hayirambe iripo killer t .muchatadzisa vamwe kuwana maShows zvakunzi vanhu vese vakafanana..Hatidi humbavha mumaArtist.”
Killer T is yet to respond to the allegations.
According to Earground, a flight for the Ngoma Ndaimba singer and his manager was scheduled to take off from Harare on Friday via Johannesburg but the pair reportedly reached the promoter saying they had missed their flight.
The promoter reportedly booked and paid for new tickets (for Saturday) and the two are believed to have boarded for SA but have not been reachable since.
The promoter revealed that they went ahead with the event hoping the artist would finally pitch up and the audience grew restless resulting in violent reactions that saw sound equipment and property worth thousands of dollars being damaged. online.