Singers Moze Radio and Weasel of the Goodlyfe crew might not be on the music peak but no one can take them for granted.
Details reaching us indicate that the two singers are embroiled in a secret battle with the UNAA convention organizers (Ugandan North America Association convention) who want them to refund the money that had been extended to them to perform at the event but they didn’t.
Reports indicate that Radio and Weasel were supposed to headline at the UNAA convention in Miami, USA. The singing duo was expected at the convention on September 2, 2017 as event headliners alongside other Ugandan artistes.
However, the singers changed their mind at the last minute after developing misunderstanding with the organisers.
Sources say that Radio and Weasel signed a contract with UNAA organizers demanding four air tickets in business class and half payment of the fee for their performance.
It is revealed that after the UNAA organizers sent half payment, they also sent the singers two economy class tickets and two business class tickets, which angered the singers, prompting them to refuse to honour the event.
As a result, the two singers refused to board the plane to the USA citing breach of contract, indicating that the tickets they asked for were not sent as agreed.
The two singers went ahead to post the following on their social media platform; ‘Our fans in Miami please note that we will not perform at the UNAA Convention as slated before due to the fact that the events promoter breached the contact and the funds are not refundable. Our management will reschedule the tour after our 10 YearsofRAW concert. Apologies for all the inconvenience caused.”
This is the reason Radio and Weasel did not perform at the UNAA 2017 Convention that was held in Miami on Saturday. Meanwhile on the other side, UNAA Causes, a splinter group of Ugandans in North America, have started their own convention dubbed Uganda Festival in Las Vegas. Some of the artistes already in Vegas to entertain revellers include; Juliana Kanyomozi, Sheebah Karungi, David Lutalo, King Saha, Naava Grey and Nigerian singing duo P-Square.