The US tour of Zinoleesky, the Marlian Music signee, has been cancelled by the show promoter.


Zinoleesky was billed to perform in 10 cities across the United States in September.

The cities include; Washington DC, New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Boston, and Indianapolis.

But in a statement on Sunday, Fathia Entertainment announced that the tour will no longer be held “due to unforeseen circumstance which is beyond our control”.


“We regret to announce that the forthcoming 2023 US SHOW has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstance which is beyond our control,” the statement reads.

“We are indeed so sorry, we apologize to all our American sisters & brothers who have tickets. We really do love you and we shall try to make it up, new dates will be communicated as the event unfolds. Thanks for your understanding.”


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The tour cancellation may not be unconnected to the ongoing controversy Zinoleesky is enmeshed in; with respect to the death of Mohbad.


Mohbad, a former label mate of Zinoleesky, died last Tuesday and was buried the next day.

The deceased singer was in a faceoff with Naira Marley, his former label boss — months before his death.

In October 2022, Mohbad alleged assault by the record label’s head honcho.

He also claimed members of Marley’s music label assaulted him for requesting a new manager.


Naira Marley, in his response, alleged Mohbad was “high” when making the assault allegation.

Mohbad would later terminate his contract with Marlian Records.

In January, Zinoleesky had made it clear that Mohbad “was my guy and not my friend”.

“Yeah Mohbad is my guy, but I can’t say he’s my friend like that. He is my friend but people I call my friend are people that are very close to me,” he had said.


“Not just people that I know. Not just that we’re together.

“We can know each other and not be friends. That doesn’t mean we are enemies.

“I don’t think I have friends in the industry. I really don’t. “I know a lot of people in the industry and we are not friends. Most of my friends are outside of the music industry.”

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