– Harmonize has lashed out at Kenyan promoters for undermining the self-proclaimed president of comedy, Eric Omondi
– The bongo star was ranting after his event’s banner carried a small photo of the comedian while his face screamed on the banner
– According to the singer, the event organisers should show respect to Eric considering he is bigger than him
Tanzanian star Harmonize has lashed out at Kenyan promoters for undermining the self-proclaimed president of comedy, Eric Omondi.
Taking to his Instagram stories, the bongo star was ranting after his event’s banner carried a small photo of the comedian while his face screamed on the banner.
According to Harmonize, the event organisers should show respect to Eric considering he is bigger than him.
The Atarudi hitmaker reminded the team that the funnyman has been in the game longer.
“Kenyan promoters stop this. Yes I am coming but I don’t really like this…!!! My brother Eric Omondi ni mkubwa kuliko Harmonize kwa umri hata kwenye sanaa kaanza yeye miaka mingi kabla yangu. Kwanini mumuweke kipicha chake kidogo kama anakuja kufanya usafi hapo KICC,” wrote Harmonize.
Harmonize Calls Out Kenyan Promoters
The singer made it clear that there was no way that the industry was going to grow if they continued treating each other without respect.
“Hatuwezi kukuzana kwa kuwakandamiza wengine especially a legend kama my brother Eric Omondi. You guys make another one I will post but not this one,” added the singer.
Harmonize will performing in Kenya on 30th April alongside Kenya’s finest Emma Jalamo, Ben Githae, Lesasa Jocker and Lesaara. The Afrika Moja Concert is set to take place at KICC and will be hyped by the self-proclaimed president of comedy himself.
In other news, Eric Omondi made headlines on Thursday, April 7 after his stylist Melina Gold accused him of not paying her.
Speaking to Edgar Obare, the stylist claimed that the comedian owes her KSh 339K and has been dodging her. She also noted that the comedian has been surviving on debts.
The funnyman denied the allegations claiming that Melina was seeking clout by using his name.