Kabza De Small Cancelled For Second No-Show

Popular establishment Rands Cape Town has cancelled Kabza De Small indefinitely, for not honouring his booking for the second time. 

The establishment took to their social media accounts to announce that they will be cutting ties with Award-winning amapiano Artist Kabza De Small. The first time he pulled a no-show without any communication and unfortunately he has done it again. Initially, Kabza failed to show up for his booking, so he chose a second date on Friday, but he again failed to show up.

The statement reads as follows…”

 Kwesta did come to Kabza’s defence by tweeting the following “You are not getting a Kabza interview! Ziblomele and accept that the soundtracks to your most memorable moments were made by a broer who is exactly what he set out to be, an ARTIST and then some. Sizokhuluma sodwa thina, mere mortals..”

To which another Twitter user commented “Your recent album is trash and the same goes for your tweet and Kabza’s kak tendency of missing Gigs, you’ll never do this to white club owners or promoters coz you know they not as soft and forgiving when it comes to agreements they’d sue you back into poverty.”

The same user added another tweet commenting “I was calm when I typed that reply there’s only shock that a well respected artist can regress from producing memorable hits into becoming Kabza’s spokesperson defending  nonsense behaviour costing black businessmen bringing back tourism in the communities they come from. Simple”

Another user commented “But y’all need to stop being comfortable with being local (SA) artists and take over the world … You, Kabza and other OGs in the game have a lot of talent, experience, skills and  have built a massive brand . The world is yours Kings and Queens of SA music”

Now it seems even with all the love they shower him with, some fans are just not impressed by this growing trend of artists not showing up for gigs. 

What are your thoughts on artists not pitching to their bookings? Who would you like to see interview Kabza De Small or do you perhaps feel that interviews are not as important as the actual body or work?

Tell us what you think.


Written By Charlee Hustle


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