ORGANISERS of the Killer T show in Botswana, which ended in an orgy of violence, have revealed they are now living in fear after the bloody chaos at the weekend.
Some irate fans are still demanding to be reimbursed what they paid to enter the venue after the chanter failed to turn up for the show.
They are saying their brand has been tarnished by the wild events.
“They (Killer T’s camp) have not given me any feedback, I am even shocked, people were waiting for him,” said one of the organisers, who only identified himself as William.
“We went three times to the airport, to make sure, but he never came.
“We are facing a lot of challenges, kufamba mahwani because people are demanding their payments back.
“Fans want to know and I don’t know where we will get the money.
“We are waiting for his confirmation as to why he didn’t come.
“People were injured, the name of the company has been tarnished, everyone was angry.”
Killer T’s camp says it will investigate the bloody chaos.
The chanter failed to turn up for the show and it irked his fans who reacted by destroying property.
Organisers of the show were left counting massive losses and were not happy with the chanter’s absence.
It would have been his first time to perform in Botswana.
However, the chanter’s camp said it would discuss with the organisers and map a way forward.
His manager Kudzai “Super” Biston blamed the show organisers for tarnishing their image, in the wake of the chaos.
“It was their first time to do a show and I don’t know if it was pressure,” said Super.
“They started pushing everything on social media, meaning they wanted to tarnish our image.
“We cannot put out the pressure from the social media attacks.
“Imagine everyone is writing what they want.”
“Just ask them if they delivered their papers on time? We will engage them and we may do a free show for our fans.
“There are some situations which arise when you are an artist, and this is one of them.
“Killer murungu wangu and knows what should be done.
“We are planning a free show.
“We have chats with them, where we communicated from day one, I have the papers, which they signed, and ask them if everything was done on time?
“But we will do it for our fans, a free show is coming soon.”