Runtown To Tour US Early 2019, Despite Claims He’s Barred From Entering The Country
Ebuka, the manager of Nigerian singer, Runtown, has debunked claims that the musician has been barred from entering the United States.
He added that the “Energy” crooner, who is having the time of his life, will be having a tour in the US in the first quarter of next year.
The rebuttal comes after his former record label, Eric Many Entertainment had released a video, where they said Runtown and his brother’s secured the US visa through the label but his brother’s refused to come back, thus staying in the United States illegally on expired visa.
However, Ebuka, in a chat with Sunday Punch, stated that the allegation was false and another desperate attempt to dent the image of the singer.
He stated, “Did the American embassy confirm this news? If they didn’t confirm it, then it is fake. We don’t have time for rubbish. Runtown will be having a tour in America in the first quarter of next year. There is no problem; people shouldn’t manufacture problems from anywhere.”
“We are making new music, signing cheques and making money. That is the important thing. We don’t have time for fake news; this is a new generation and we are enlightened. He recently released a new song and video which cost over $1,000 on the video. This year has been amazing for Runtown and we are working on a fashion project too.”