Buju Banton has clapped back at unscrupulous reports that his Long Walk To Freedom Concert in the Bahamas was a huge flop.
Following his performance in the Caribbean island over the weekend, several stories coming out of Bahamas indicated that the Grammy-winning entertainer’s event at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium over the weekend was near empty.
Buju Banton set the record straight by sharing a picture of his sold-out show on Monday.
“Bahamas… Thank you for the outpouring love and hospitality most importantly thank you for allowing us to experience history together…. until we meet again ❤️🇧🇸🇯🇲🦁,” he wrote while giving props to the photographer, Julia Beverly.
On Saturday, March 30, Buju Banton shared the stage with a few international acts including American rapper Kodak Black, Nigerian pop superstar Davido, and comedian/singer Lil Duval, alongside Gramps Morgan and Glen Washington.
Buju Banton is now slated to perform at the Barbados Reggae Festival at Kensington Oval, Barbados on April 27, 2019. Meanwhile, the St Kitts Music Festival, which will take place from June 26 to 30, will also feature the “Destiny” singer. He is prepared to join a strong line-up including Smokey Robinson, Popcaan, French Montana, and Davido for this year’s festival. Trinidad will experience Buju Banton at the Queen’s Park Savannah located in the capital Port of Spain in a concert dubbed “I Am Legend” on April 21.