Dancehall artist Spice failed to make an appearance at a recent show in the United States, and while fans are disappointed, the deejay says it was “beyond her control,” and she will “not take the blame for any one.”

Spice was booked for a show at the Eclipse Ultra Lounge in Columbus, Ohio, this weekend. The dancehall queen was set to appear alongside Haitian singer Blondedy Ferdinand. Unfortunately, fans and Blondedy were left disappointed when the show was canceled following the promoters failing to make travel arrangements for one Ms. Grace Hamilton.

Spice took to Instagram to clear up the matter and make a very important announcement about bookings for the upcoming year. “Moving forward for shows 2020 I will not post or promote any flyer without promoters paying the necessary fees, hotel and travel accommodations,’” the post said. In the caption, Spice further elaborated that this is a risk management procedure.

This wouldn’t be the first time Spice had to put promoters on blast for failing to fulfill their end of the deal. The dancehall veteran, therefore, ended her caption with one very important thought, “I will not take the blame for any one. I’m a woman about my business.”
-Urban Islandz

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