(CMR) An artist, who was to perform at the Lions Centre in the Cayman Islands last week, but failed to show, has apologized to his fans, stating that his absence was due to contractual agreements not being upheld.
Patrons at the event reportedly put on by Bayka were left disappointed as they waited for the artist Mobsta to perform, but he did not, despite being present at the event. They were even more disappointed that organizers did not inform them he would not perform.
“The host stalled the entire time, making it seem like he would show up, but he didn't,” one person told CMR.
“I am one of the persons that went to the party. I have the promoter's picture and the poster of the party … everyone that went to the party thought that the Jamaican artist was going to perform, but it was drawn out until the lights came on and the promoters hide in the building while people were asking for their money back,” another person explained.
Patrons at the event have demanded a refund from the promoter. CMR understands that promoter Bayka is Orlando Wright, also known as Rush. An apology from Mobsta was reportedly posted on Bayka's social media page (see below).