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EVents Promotion Company Top Boy Entertainment takes Break from Career Following UGX1.1Billion Loss After Beanie Show Flop

Events promotion company of Top Boy Entertainment records has announced that they are taking a break from their career to go back to the drawing

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Events promotion company of Top Boy Entertainment records has announced that they are taking a break from their career to go back to the drawing board following ”The Big Show” concert flop.

On 11th November 2022, Top Boy Entertainment held a concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval and was expected to feature Beanie Man, Azawi, Winnie Nwagi, Vinka, Focalistic, Mellow and Sleazy, and Oxlade.

However, the show didn’t live up to the revelers’ expectations, as some of the lined up performers never stepped on stage.

A day after, Oxlade through his socials issued a statement, revealing that Top Boy Entertainmant owe Ugandans an explanation as to why he never stepped on stage despite being in the country.

Based on the statement issued by Top Boy, it reads that bringing their concert to life took them almost a year of consulting prominent promoters with vast knowledge regarding events management.

However, as they geared up to hold a concert worth revelers’ money, some promoters stood in their way and tried to sabotage their arrangements.

They attributed their loss to being let down by their own staff, who duplicated their tickets and sold them at a discounted price, and some were apprehended in action.

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Furthermore, their security abandoned their responsibilities at the gate and ran inside to have fun making it hard to control infiltration.

The company further notes that out of the 15,500 fun seekers who turned up at Cricket Oval, only 753 people bought genuine tickets, despite injecting their hard-earned USD 300,000 into the event.

They apologized for the unforeseen shortcomings and thanked whoever collaborated with them to bring their dream of bringing a new event concept in the entertainment industry to life.

The company made it known that they’ve taken a decision to take a break and heal from the unbearable losses and noted that one setback is not the end of the road.



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