Elephant Man Concert Flops, Organisers Arrested


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As organisers panicked and ran up and down at the last minute searching for another decent venue, the public started doubting their credibility.

In fact this is one of the reasons why there was less than 40 folks in the VIP section by 11:00pm on Friday.

Earlier, word went around that Elephant Man was annoyed by the change of the venue and had preferred to refund a cash advance offered to him than “perform at low key venue.”

According to one Michael, who attended the flopped show, the event which should have been dominated by the cream of Uganda’s musicians, instead turned into a playing ground for Karaoke dancers.

As if this was not enough, the music system was so poor thus producing low quality music. The lights went off in the middle of the show.

Navio’ efforts to lighten up the mood of the crowd were fruitless as dozens asked for a refund of their money.

Revellers complained of the way the Jamaican dance maestro was being treated. “Why treat the guy like a local artiste yet he is an international one?” a concerned and disgusted man asked.

Top city Dj Shiru who was expected excite the crowd with his extra-ordinary disc-spinning tactics snubbed the show.

“This is the flop of the year. The show is poorly organised. The organisers must apologise and have the courtesy to refund our money,” another irritated reveller chipped in.

The worst came when Elephant Man chose not to perform. Revellers turned rowdy with some attempting to walk away with the music amplifiers. Police intervened to quell the riot. Calm was restored after organisers of the show were arrested and jailed at Jinja Road Police Station.


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