Organisers Slam TNS For Ditching An Event

They allege that he has not returned the money paid to him.

By  | Apr 28, 2020, 10:34 AM  | TNS Music   | Drama

TNS is in hot water with the organisers of the Newcastle Amcor Dam Music Festival for allegedly ditching them after receiving payment.

His performance was scheduled for December 27 and the producer and performer did not show up for his performance, after receiving his payment of R15 000.

One of the organisers Sbu Mkhulise spoke to Isolezwe and he said that engagements with TNS failed because the musician was rude to them.

"He did not explain to us why he failed to pitch for his performance. We even urged him to at least refund us the money we paid to him. Instead, he spoke out of turn and insulted us." 

He further added that he does not know what caused him (TNS) to speak like that as it showed that he had a problem with them. 

The publication tried to get a hold of TNS and his management for commenting, however the iBbhari hitmaker did not wish to talk about that.

He was not prepared to talk about anything other than his music. He instead asked them to speak to his manager Ayanda Mthembu.

Ayanda acknowledged that TNS did receive the money however the company did not provide proof that the money came from them. After weeks of requesting for proof they sent it in January.

TNS and his manager claim that the received payment from various companies and the R15 000 could have been paid by anybody.

"We were not prepared to attend an event that we were not certain if they paid or not," explained Ayanda.

TNS recently came out accusing people of trying to kill him for his music. The musician since apologised for his rant on Instagram and he wishes to put everything behind him.

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