Young Stunna sued after a no-show at Durban gig
Young Stunna will be sued after refusing to show up for a KwaZulu-Natal gig.
The vocalist’s fans gathered on Saturday at the aforementioned venue, expecting him to perform, but they left disappointed.
According to Sunday World, the impresario, Mafutha Bheko Sokhela of Durban Base Entertainment revealed that Young Stunna complained of suffering vocal complications on the day of the show after being paid over R50 000.
The money included R40 000 appearance fee, R1 500 for accommodation and R8 000 for transport.
“He claimed that he had vocal complications. We asked him to go to his doctor and get a medical certificate to prove that he is sick. Alternatively to go to our doctor in Joburg for treatment at our own costs, and he agreed to do so. Our doctor contacted him and gave him a physical address of his surgery for consultation.”
The doctor was reportedly available to do anything to make the singer fine, but Stunna refused to show up.
“We told him to come and mime if he had vocal issues, but he refused. Most of the artists who experience vocal problems before the show, don’t cancel, they go to the show and mime,” Sokhela said.
The event promoter demands a refund and Young Stunna will be sued for damages.