DJ Crème de la Crème has broken the silence about the drama that befell him when he travelled to the US last week.
Crème was scheduled to perform in a number of venues during his month-long US tour, but these plans were cut shot after he was arrested and deported by American immigration officals for not having the appropriate travel documents.
Given the gravity of the issue – particularly in a country that is known for its strict immigration laws –, fans and friends were gravely concerned.
Crème, who is already back in the country, took to social media to assure fans that despite the dramatic ordeal, he is doing okay.
“Your boy is alright…Been through an ordeal I’d never wanna relive in my Life…” Crème posted on social media.
The feted DJ also took the time to apologise to his US based fans for the cancellation.
“To my US family, I’m really feeling bad that it turned out this way, but everything happens for a reason and I know without a doubt that we shall party sometime soon,” he promised.
Quickly dusting off after the dramatic ordeal, Crème killed it at the Blaze Kenya launch on Saturday night.
The entertainer also booked other events ahead of the much awaited Madaraka Day celebrations, sharing posters on his social media accounts.