“I believe it is really high time promoters and organizers stop taking artistes for granted and respect the craft."

Singer Tanasha Donna has asked event promoters and organizers to respect artists and their craft. Via a social media post, the mother of one said that artists put in a lot of effort in their work and no one should take advantage of them.

“I believe it is really high time promoters and organizers stop taking artistes for granted and respect the craft. We put in a lot of work, hard-earned money and time in the brand,” she wrote.

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While explaining why she had to cancel her scheduled performance at the Nai Fest, Tanasha apologized to her fans saying that she will make it up to them in the coming days.

“Before I say anything else, I would like to first and foremost apologize to my fans for not being able to perform anymore at the Nai Fest this Saturday. Due to unforeseen circumstances, my team and I had to cancel the show. To my fans and supporters, rest assured there will be many more to come,” she said.

Tanzania visit?

Tanasha. Photo: Courtesy.

This comes days after Mwijaku, a Tanzanian radio presenter who had rubbed Tanasha the wrong way recently revealed that he will take her to Tanzania.

“Yes, I'm bringing her to Tanzania, but we've delayed due to the elections; I'm waiting for President Magufuli to be sworn in so that I can bring her. She must come, we will do big things, among them take her on a national park tour. She was here and has never been taken to a park. She will definitely do something big while here, that is a promise I have to give to Tanzanians,” he said.

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Mwijaku hit the headlines when he alleged Tanasha's son Naseeb Junior is his and not Diamond Platnumz's due to the striking resemblance. Tanasha later threatened to sue Mwijaku for the allegations after being advised by legendary singer Ray C.

Tanasha, who was nominated in the Best Female East Africa and Best collabo for her song La’vie featuring Mbosso in the AFRIMMA Awards is known to always fire back at people who cross her.

Through a cryptic post last month, the singer sought to make it clear that she’s capable of financing her lifestyle.

“I was raised to hustle like a man, invest in myself and depend on nobody but God. So, spoil me with loyalty, I can finance myself,” she wrote.