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Ray G’s concert hangs in balance

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Nobart Entertainment, the promoter behind Ray G’s concert that is slated to take place at Cricket Oval on May 10, has come out and threatened to pull out over misunderstandings with the artiste.

In an audio clip, Nobert is heard communicating with someone about a breach of contract by Ray G.

Norbert says that Ray G has breached the contract by collecting money through MTN which is offering tickets at a subsidized price as sponsorship, which money goes straight to Ray G’s account.

“I am going to teach Ray G a lesson he will never forget. He found me in Kampala and I did not find him in Mbarara to organize his show. He is going to know that I am Nobat events. Do you know the money they get on MTN that goes directly to his mobile money account? What I ask myself is whether he is the organizer and I am the artiste,” a frustrated Nobart is heard saying.

“I had contracted Quicket from the beginning but he begged me to use MTN so I cancelled Quicket out of respect,” he added.

We still haven’t established any information from Ray G and his team about this but if this is not resolved within the coming days, the concert might be cancelled.

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