Shebeshxt Lands in Trouble With Law Officials in Botswana Over a Missed Gig, Could Face Jail Time

Shebeshxt Lands in Trouble With Law Officials in Botswana Over a Missed Gig, Could Face Jail Time

  • Shebeshxt has found himself in trouble with the law in Botswana after he missed a gig in December 2023
  • If the Ambulance singer ever sets foot in the country again, he could face jail time or have his passport taken away
  • The Limpopo star was allegedly paid in full for the event, but he did not bother pitching up for it

Shebeshxt has found his name trending for all the wrong reasons, yet again. The singer reportedly missed a fully paid gig in Botswana.

Shebeshxt has landed in trouble with the Botswana event organisers.
Shebeshxt has been instructed not to set foot in Botswana. Image: @official.shebeshxt
Source: Instagram

Shebeshxt fails to pitch for event in Botswana

The Limpopo star Shebeshxt failed to show up for a paid performance in Botswana. The singer was booked to perform at the Simply Piano Music show in December 2023 but did not pitch.

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According to ZiMoja, the Ambulance singer was paid the full amount for the performance. When he did not attend, the organisers at Boxyard Events headed to the Lobatse Magistrates Court and opened a case.

A court order was then released, which instructed Shebeshxt not to set foot in the country.

Shebeshxt takes order seriously

According to the news publication, a source close to the singer confirmed the news and the singer is not taking this lightly.

"He [Shebeshxt] might get arrested. He is used to getting arrested, but he doesn't want to go to jail for missing a booking or have his passport taken away."

This is not the only booking Shehebshxt did not honour. It is reported that he also missed yet another gig in December in the Vaal. He was to perform with Skomota for the event and was paid R45 000.

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Skomota reveals wife is pregnant

In a previous report from Briefly News, Skomota shared his struggles with his manager, Moruti Wa Dikota. The manager reportedly pays him only R1000 per gig instead of the R35 000 he charges.

Fans are now demanding justice for the dancer. He also shared that he is expecting a child with his pregnant wife and has cancelled all bookings until resolved. Social media users expressed their support for Skomota, urging him to prioritise his family's well-being and find better management to ensure fair treatment and payment.

Source: Briefly News

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