Yesterday on Boxing Day, Ali Kiba was booked for a show in Burundi. He was expected to deliver an electrifying performance at the EFI Nyakabiga arena. However, to the disappointment of ardent fans who had turned up in large numbers, the show had to be cancelled after a heavy rains ravaged the arena. The fans were not happy with how events turned out and even went ahead to demand their money back regardless of the heavy downpour.
Apparently the Bongo music star is loved across the continent, commanding a huge following in Burundi and other parts of Africa. He has been consistent over the years with his latest hit MEDIOCRE doing very well with over 3.7 million views on YouTube.
He also has Dodo, another of his recent bangers in which he featured Hamisa Mobetto, one of Diamond Platnumz baby mamas. King Kiba as he is also known, has often been compared to Diamond Platnumz who is currently having a successful tour in South Sudan.
Who is the kind of Bongo Music according to you?
Let us put this argument to bed once and for all.
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