Singer Eddy Kenzo refutes rumours of holding his ‘Semyekozo’ concert on the same day with dance hall artist Cindy Sanyu
Recently, rumours spread across the social media that singer Eddy Kenzo (born Edrisah Musuuza) had scheduled his Semyekozo concert on the same day with Cindy Sanyu.
Cindy announced that her Boom Party concert will be held at Lugogo Cricket Oval on 7 March 2020.
Many were surprised by the rumours that were spread making the internet buzzing, and the fans were puzzled about which show to go. Insiders played their part and heated debates about who would draw the biggest crowds.
Based on the pressure of fans, singer Eddy Kenzo, via his Twitter handle, has officially denied the circulating rumours that he’s going to hold a Semyekozo concert with Cindy.
By this tweet, Eddy said he’s never revealed anything like that, so whoever did it, maybe he’s trying to generate likes.
“I don’t have any show on the same date with Cindy vakubano Abanonya Facebook likes!! But I have a new song Dropping soon #Tweyagale (love emoji),” Eddy Kenzo said on twitter.Tweet
In the meantime, many didn’t want to miss any of the two artists, they hoped that Eddy Kenzo would rearrange his concert and let Cindy Sanyu have her time as she’s been advertising for the longest time.
As the fans wished, Eddy Kenzo didn’t withdraw his concert but rather confirmed not having any show on the same day with Cindy Sanyu.
In a TV interview, Cindy showed how she hoped Kenzo would change his plans.
“I love to hear that Kenzo changed date but I don’t have the moral authority to tell him and if he’s confirmed having his on the same day, am not changing mine too,” Sanyu said.Tweet
What fans should expect from the concert, Cindy gave a glimpse of what should be expected of her Boom Party concert.
“Wait for a massive show. It’s three years since I last held a concert. My concert is not for just one song, am doing it because I have a story to tell and a journey to narrate. Therefore it’s been three years of preparing for this performance. Am known for bringing 150% at my smTweet
On the other hand, we still wonder why manager Martin Beta contradicted with Eddy Kenzo’s post while Martin swore to fans in a telephone interview on Spark TV’s Livewire show that the event had to take place on 7 March 2020 and that there was no postponement.
“It was a coincidence that the past two months we were planning the same thing. Since we had already made all the payments, we cannot postpone the show. We have just learnt about Cindy’s concert recently but there’s no way we would organize on the same date if we had known beforeTweet
It’s on record, however, that Cindy is the first woman to hold a solo concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval; we can only wish her the best.