King Promise passport seized at US embassy

Ghanaian sensational singer, King Promise originally known as Gregory Promise Bortey Newman has explained why he had to cancel his tour abroad.

The young singer who is considered as one of the big artists in Ghana at the moment had a show abroad but he had to cancel due to an issue beyond his control.

King Promise

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He revealed in a tweet that his passport was seized at the US embassy and thus had to cancel his show.

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The embassy still hasn’t released my passport so I can’t travel. The team and I have done everything possible to get it on time but still. I know y’all wanna see me and you have no idea how bad I wanna see y’all too. Performing for you guys is my happy place! Apologies for the disappointment but we have to re-schedule everything. We didn’t expect this but it won’t happen again, I promise.

I dey love you guys & I’ll definitely make it up to you. Keep supporting the kid. PS: Promoters will refund cancelled shows. Love -King Promise”, he tweeted.

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King Promise rose to fame in 2016 when he released his single “Thank God” which featured Fuse ODG and producer Killbeatz.

He is popularly known for his versatility since he falls under Afrobeats, Highlife, R&B and Hip-Hop genres.

King Promise is currently is currently signed to Legacy Life Entertainment (LLE) which is managed by Gervin Ohene Addo.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.