Zari fails to turn up at own event in Uk

By , K24 Digital
On Sun, 25 Jun, 2023 18:39 | 2 mins read
Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan. PHOTO/Zari Hassan(@zarithebosslady)Instagram
Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan. PHOTO/Zari Hassan(@zarithebosslady)Instagram

Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan has for the first time missed showing up at her annual White Party event which was scheduled to go down in the UK.

In her defence, the reality star has faulted the event promoters for not meeting the agreed terms of the contract.

Taking to her Insta stories, the socialite has issued an apology to her fans that expected her to make an appearance at the Birmingham White Party.

" Apologies to everyone that turned up yesterday for the white party in Birmingham to see me but couldn't," she wrote.

"Unfortunately, the promoter didn't meet certain contractual agreements and I'm just as disappointed as everyone because I was sitting in my hotel room and after so many promises, it didn't happen, " she added

"If contract agreements were not met, obligations can't be made. Hope to see you next time..." she wrote in part.

Zari Hassan Insta storiesPHOTO/Zari Hassan(@zarithebosslady)Instagram screengrab
Zari Hassan Insta storiesPHOTO/Zari Hassan(@zarithebosslady)Instagram screengrab

Via their official Instagram page, Kings of Clubs had on Saturday confirmed Zari's attendance for the party and had welcomed all for the exclusive experience.

"IT’S OFFICIAL!! @zarithebosslady will be joining us at The Palace Saturday 24th June for an exclusive ALL WHITE AFFAIR!! This night will be one for the books🔥🔥🔥"

Zari annual white parties

In June 2022, the socialite hosted her annual White Party in Nairobi.

The mother of five hosted the party at the city’s club and invited all her fans to attend.
“All the ballers in Nairobi get ready for an all-white experience at XS Millionaires club in Nairobi this Thursday (yesterday), June 9. I will be attending with other ballers, come let’s pop champagne together. See you on Thursday at XS millionaires club,” she announced

The South Africa-based socialite organized the party for the second time in Kenya, following her high-end event in August 2018 and a charity event called Color Purple Concert in May.


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