Hiplife duo, Keche says organisers of the flopped ‘Di Don Gorgon’ concert which was supposed to bring Burna Boy and Aka to Ghana did not pay them before they performed at the event.
George Britton, manager for the group in an interview with Radio Universe in Accra said organisers of the flopped concert signed a new contract with the group just some few hours before they climbed the stage to perform agreeing that they will be paid on Tuesday, 28 April.
Detailing why Keche was not paid before their performance on Friday night, George disclosed that
“organisers said they have used some of the artiste’s money to pay those who setup the stage so we signed another contract on the night that said we will take our money on Tuesday. As at now we have received nothing from the organisers as our performance fee.”
“We will take our money for it to be lesson to other event organisers who do not take the media serious.”
Speaking to Abrantepa on Monday, George Britton blamed the low turnout on the organisers of the concert.
“I called organizers of the show two weeks before and complained about publicity of the show but they gave excuses. They said 4syte TV was charging Gh15000 and they did not have enough money to pay.”
He added that Burna Boy and AKA did not show up at the event ground but
“Pappy Kojo and other artistes who came never performed”.