Comedian Patrick Idringi Salvado has urged singer John Blaq to go ahead and sue the people who allege that he refused to perform for a small crowd at Alex Muhangi’s Comedy Store on Thursday.

On Thursday, John Blaq refused to perform at the Comedy Store show, something which raised a few eyebrows with several critics noting that the fame has gotten to his head.

Reports revealed that the singer, despite arriving at the venue in time, refused to step on stage citing that the crowd was small in number and was not lively.

The deep-voiced singer rubbished those reports and, on bended knees, apologized for disappointing his fans while appearing on NBS TV’s KURT show on Saturday. He further revealed that he had health complications and could not perform in such a state.

John Blaq apologizes (Photo by Mish Photography)

In one of the posts shared on his Instagram account, John Blaq notes that all the reports that indicate how he refused to perform for a half-filled venue are aimed at spoiling his name.

It is to the effect that Patrick Salvado urges the singer to take legal action against all those that have continuously taken the direction of spoiling the young singer’s brand with such reports.

You need to take legal action, this has damaged your good name .. some people think they can get away with anything.

Patrick Slavado

What we’re not sure of is who should be sued of the reporters and the people of Comedy Store who, while telling fans that John Blaq wasn’t gonna perform, revealed that he was doing so because the crowd wasn’t big enough.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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