John Blaq speaks out on his visa issues ahead of the London show this Saturday
John Blaq real name John Kasadha who is fresh from releasing his 'Do Dat' video is part of the lineup of artists slated to perform in London this Saturday.
The Tukwatagane star is yet to hear from the UK Visas and Immigration about his visa application to the United Kingdom.
A week back, it turned out that his visa application had been refused after the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) was not convinced that at the end of his performance, he will be able to leave the UK.
John Blaq and his team have applied again, this time with the help of the Uganda Musicians Association as confirmed by the UMA President Sophie Gombya while appearing on the NBS KUT program on Saturday with the show host, Tuff B.
"As UMA, we are handling the issue of John Blaq. These are some of the benefits that accrue to you as a member," Sophie Gombya who was on the show with the Kigwa singer, Recho Rey.
John Blaq had earlier told Spark TV that he was not aware of the decision from the UK Visas and Immigration.
"I will tell you the moment I get to know, otherwise, my fans in the UK, I will be with you on June 8 and should it turn out that I don't have the visa yet, I will still let you know."
John Blaq is behind hit songs like Makanika, Obubadi and his very latest Do Dat. He also teamed up with Sheebah and Grenade on their Replace Me collaboration song.
He recently signed a deal worth millions of shillings with Crown Beverages, a fizzy drink company in a promotion dubbed Tukonectinge that will see consumers of their products win cars and fully paid up trips to Dubai.
Just like Fresh Kid, John Blaq's songs have all been well received this year.
John Blaq will be live in London alongside David Lutalo and Chosen Becky. They will be performing at Royal Regency with early birds paying pounds 35 and 40 for VIP.
UMA's president, Sophie Gombya, while appearing on NBS TV yesterday confirmed that they were handling John Blaq's issue
You May Also Like