Event promoter and fans storm at King Monada’s home after failing to pitch up for an event in Bolobedu

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By Thabo Monyela

BOKHUTHA VILLAGE- The Madupa lodge owner Peter Ramafalo and some of the disappointed patrons who were expecting King Monada’s performance stormed at his home on Sunday morning, after he failed to pitch up for a gig in Bolobedu South.

The ‘Lemenemene’ hitmaker initially took to facebook to explain why he didn’t pitch for a paid gig of Madupa Lodge at Bokhuta village in Bolobedu South, claiming he missed the event due to long distance and time, as his first gig was far from home. 

The poster of the event King Monadha couldn’t attend because of heavy rainfall.

This was King Monada’s second no-show at Madupa lodge, as he initially failed to pitch up for a paid gig last year December, saying he couldn’t honour the gig due to heavy rainfalls. 

According to our sources, after Monada failed to pitch up, both parties agreed to host another event, where the muso would make up for his no-show for the gig in December on the 15. 

“ After he failed to pitch up in December, he and Peter Ramafalo of Madupa lodge agreed that another event will be organised and it should be King Monada who first announces it on his social media platforms, of which he did but at the end, he pulled no show” a source close to the events said. 

MISSED EVENT -The pre-valentine event that King Monada missed

King Monada’s another no show at the Valentine’s pre-party in Madupa Lodge, left the patrons disappointed and demanded answers from the event organiser, as this happens for the second time. 

The event organiser, who was also furious then arranged a truck to transport the protesting and drunk patrons to King Monada’s house at Mokgoloboto to seek answers from him. 

Read King Monada statement here: https://www.facebook.com/share/p/sp6tu96Ge3ufZh3a/?mibextid=I6gGtw

In a statement, King Monada says the intoxicated group intimidated and harassed him and his family and further damaged his property. 

“We do not appreciate the manner in which this issue was handled by Mr Peter Madupa, this conduct is completely unacceptable and we consider taking legal actions to protect the rights of king Monada and his family” statement issued by King Monada wrote. 

 

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