Ex-Skales’ Lover & Ethiopian Show Promoter Shows Anger To US Immigration For Refussing Top Nigerian Musicians American Visas.

A top Ethiopian music show promoter, Konjo Leyla has showed her annoyance on the strict requirements of the U.S
Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to give Africans a United States visa.

5K Store

The promoter who really seems frustrated by the whole strictness process has called out the USCIS for destroying her
works by denying “Top Nigerian musicians” visas to America for a show she has put together.

READ More  "You Are Not The Queen Of Dance, We don’t Use You Anymore" – Naira Marley Replies Back At Kaffy For Criticizing Dance, "Soapy".

She showed her frustration at the fact that she spends $6,000 (#2,160,000million naira)dollars securing a US work
permit visa for each artiste which at the end became useless as she did for many artistes.

She has though called on Blacks to protest against the US immigration agency as she feels they are only trying to
create an enmity with Africans.

READ More  Naira Marley Unveils Yahoo Boys Owe Him A Lot Of Money As He Was Jailled For Them

Konjo Leyla is an Ex-lover to Nigerian musician, “Skales“. She has also been into a love-bound relationship
with another Nigerian artiste “Mayorkun“.

5K Store

About Eazibeat

Israel Afamyi Abuja (born 30 May 1995), known professionally as Eazibeat, is a Multi-talented Nigerian Producer and sound engineer. He is also a Digital marketer who blogs on a daily basis with the music site djitunez.com Career Eazibeat grew up in Abuja, and was a member of his local church choir. He developed interest in music while studying at St. Murumba College Jos in his secondary school days. He proceeded to learn music production around 2011, with Mickenzy. Eazibeat is also a prolific writer and an SEO expert who free-lances for a living. Eazibeat released his first single Laide, an afro-pop track in 2019 with production from Mickenzy, while his second track Doubting Thomas was released on April 2020 with production credit from Squeezer. Eazibeat refer to R. Kelly, Akon, P-square and M.I as his main music influencers.

View all posts by Eazibeat →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.