UK Afro-fusion Singer Gabzy Apologizes to Kenyan Fans Following Sounds From Africa Festival Controversy

Uk Afro-fusion singer Gabzy has apologized to Kenyan fans after backlash from their experience at the Sounds From Africa Festival where he performed over the weekend.

While the South London-based singer and songwriter expressed gratitude to his fans for the support in Nairobi at Carnivore ground’s AirBeats; Sounds From Africa Festival, he also acknowledged and apologized for the challenges faced by some attendees.

AirBeats; Sound From Africa Festival controversy

Some of the complaints raised by fans included being denied entry to the concert despite having valid tickets.

Incidents involving tear gas, and concerns about the overall organization of the event were also raised.

Sharing a message on Instagram, Gabzy wrote …

“Kenya, we had an unforgettable experience! I appreciate every single person that came out for the Gabzy Experience,” adding …

“I can’t overlook the information I have received, to those people who were denied entry with valid tickets and affected by the tear gas or authorities before the show my deepest apologies to you all,”

In addition to the issues mentioned by Gabzy, it appears that fans have also complained about problems with theft, and a scuffle that resulted in police using force.

However, Gabzy assured his fans that he is working with his team to address these issues and prevent similar problems from occurring in the future.

“Working with my team to ensure this doesn’t happen again, all love” He concluded.

It’s not uncommon for large events to face logistical challenges, and it’s positive to see Gabzy taking responsibility and expressing his commitment to improving the situation for future events.