Bas forced to cancel his Sudan tour due to politics instabilities there 0

Bas put out a tremendous shows on his Milky Way tour both in Nairobi, Kenya and in South Africa where he has since been enjoying what it has to offer of late.

The Sudanese-American rapper was scheduled t have a show in Khartoum, Sudan  come January 4th 2019 which he confessed he was looking forward to.

“I’ve never looked forward to a show more than this one. However, my sponsors don’t want to proceed with the show in light of the current political climate.” he said in part of his official statement he put out via Instagram.

Bas being heartbroken, he promised that he will reschedule and go to his motherland, Sudan and perform as he prays and hope that everything and everyone be okay until they meet then.

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This is the official statement Bas put out on his Instagram account to his fans in Sudan.

“It is with much sadness and regret that I have to announce the postponement of our Jan 4th show in Khartoum, Sudan. I’ve never looked forward to a show more than this one. However, my sponsors don’t want to proceed with the show in light of the current political climate. I know there’s much more important things going on with the #SudanProtests so I don’t disagree with their decision, but I really wanted to give you guys a good time. A momentary escape. A night of joy, peace, comfort, laughter, and unity. I’m really upset we couldn’t make this happen. There is nowhere I’d rather be than with you in our motherland. Truly heartbroken over this one. I pray you all stay safe and I promise to reschedule as soon as we can.”

 

 

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It is with much sadness and regret that I have to announce the postponement of our Jan 4th show in Khartoum, Sudan. I’ve never looked forward to a show more than this one. However, my sponsors don’t want to proceed with the show in light of the current political climate. I know there’s much more important things going on with the #SudanProtests so I don’t disagree with their decision, but I really wanted to give you guys a good time. A momentary escape. A night of joy, peace, comfort, laughter, and unity. I’m really upset we couldn’t make this happen. There is nowhere I’d rather be than with you in our motherland. Truly heartbroken over this one. I pray you all stay safe and I promise to reschedule as soon as we can.

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