The Buga hitmaker, Kizz Daniel, was detained by the Summer Amplified Show organizers in Tanzania as he failed to appear for the well advertised show on Sunday night.

The artist was supposed to perform at the Summer Amplified concert at the Warehouse Arena (formerly Next Door Arena) in Dar es Salaam, according to ‘The Citizen’, a Tanzanian tabloid.

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In a , the musician can be seen getting into a Tanzanian police van while sporting a black hoodie. sight below:

After spending up to $5000 and waited for hours for the Singer to perform, the concertgoers had mounted a small protest by tossing bottles onto the empty stage.

The musician reportedly arrived in the nation earlier but declined to perform because his outfits weren’t available.

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Apology
A few hours prior to the event, the singer’s arrival at Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) was announced by the event planner, according to ‘The Citizen.

The singer’s followers had to wait till six in the morning for a live concert, but Kizz Daniel wasn’t there.

The event’s organizer, Str8up Vibes, apologized in a post on their Instagram on Monday morning.

The regrettable situation was acknowledged by the event’s organizers with regret.

The statement read, “We acknowledge that this has led to disappointment for our devoted customers and long-term key stakeholders.

It also stated that it is managing the situation appropriately and rigorously, assuring fans who paid for tickets and attended that they will be taken care of.

Unverified rumors claim that Kizz Daniel skipped the event because he forgot his baggage in Uganda and wouldn’t wear anyone else’s or buy new ones.

disappointed repeatedly
Prior to Sunday, the musician had received two reprimands in a month for abruptly canceling his gigs.

Fans first criticized him on July 7 when he failed to show up for the sold-out performance of the Afronation US Classic tour in Maryland, USA, for more than five hours. They also criticized him again on July 20 when he postponed his concert in Denver, USA.