Fans of award-winning rapper, Kwesta can forget about watching him perform live at clubs after he announced that he would no longer be accepting club gigs.
Taking to his Twitter page on Friday morning, the Khethile Khethile hit-maker revealed that he would be ending his club gig career this month.
“Ending my club gig career this July,” he wrote with no further explanation.
Ending my club gig career this July…
— 💍#KhethileKhethile (@KwestaDaKAR) July 5, 2019
Speaking to Move! Kwesta explained why he no longer wants to perform at clubs.
“I decided to stop performing at clubs because the clubs cannot setup the type of show that I want to give. It’s too small to set everything up so I’ve decided to stop doing those kind of gigs all together. I want give everyone a show they deserve, unless the club can provide that type of setup,” he said.
When asked where his fans can expect to see him, he said “anywhere but at a club”.
“I actually do more shows outside of the club than in the club. And I have my own things going on right now they can catch me at the three day event as well as Fact Durban Rocks this weekend. There’s a lot of places outside of the club where people can see me.” he said.
Although the recently married rapper did not state the reasons for his decisions, fans were quick to conclude that he had made this choice all in the name of family time.
Please end it I'm tired of sponsoring my gf to your gigs she doesn't want to miss any. I'm so excited you are a good man.
— moo Venḓa (@shonie_SA) July 5, 2019