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Chris Martin Apologises to Kenyan Fans

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Jamaican reggae and dancehall music sensation Chris Martin graced the Big Deal Reggae concert on Saturday alongside Future Fambo and D Major. He has taken to social media to apologize to his Kenyan Fans who had thronged the event in huge numbers to watch him perform but ended up being mugged and robbed by rowdy thugs. In a series of lengthy posts on his official Twitter account, he apologized for the bad experience that some of the attendees of the concert had. He was responding to the complaints of the merrymakers who lost valuables such as phones and money.

In a separate post he also thanked his Nairobi fans for giving him an experience of his lifetime.

The event that was moved on the last minute to the Impala Club along Ngong Road was the talk of the town for the better part of the month and a lot of buzz had been created around it. Steppin’ Razor and Tucheze Ngoma the organizers of the have also released an official statement concerning the violence and insecurity that marred the concert. In the statement, they blamed the happenings on the unexpected change of venue and promised Kenyans of safer and better events going forward.

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