Tosin Oketumo, aka T-Cash says he is in danger of being killed by aggrieved fans of Olamide after the singer refused to perform at a show he organised in Spain.
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The Barcelona based promoter alleged this in an interview with Punch where he said he had a contractual agreement with the Science Student crooner through the latter’s tour manager, Alex Ozone.
T-Cash said the deal went wrong after he paid only €4,000 out of the €8,500 they agreed on, and the singer refused to perform, insisting he must be paid the balance before going on stage.
Consequently it ended in deadlock, a development that enraged some people in Spain, who according to the promoter were threatening him with death.
He told the paper: “Right now, I am facing a lot in Barcelona just because Olamide did not perform as I promised. Many people are writing nasty things about me with some posting my picture and writing Rest In Peace on it. My life is in danger as I am being threatened constantly. I am facing a lot right now just because of the show and it is also spoiling my business. I contacted Olamide through Ozone because he is his tour manager. I am not thinking of taking legal action but I just want them to return my money and I would know how to sort the mess out.”