B2C singers, Delivad Julio, Mr Lee and Bobby Lash are set for their maiden concert on September 7 at Freedom City. Meant to take place on August 31, the show was postponed when it was rumoured that Swangz Avenue would be bringing Jamaican Singer Tarrus Riley.
However, as they prepare for the concert, the trio is doing everything to see that they have a crowd and last weekend, the singers joined Uganda based Rwandese socialite called Nana Weber in a charity drive. This saw them clean Entebbe General Hospital with the help of her friends and the hospital staff.
When we asked how much the B2C boys were paid to be part of the drive, Nana Weber said she didn’t pay anything: “B2C singers are my good friends and when I called them to join me in the charity campaign, they were quick to respond” Nana Weber said.
According to a source though, much as B2C were not paid for their exploits, they were promised concert support. “Nana Weber agreed to buy 5 VIP tables at the concert and to them, it was a good deal,” says the source.