Mr. Brown Clears the Air: Denies Deportation Rumors and Focuses on International Ventures
Producer Mr Brown, known for his collaborations with hitmaker Makhadzi, has addressed recent reports suggesting he was deported from South Africa.
Accusation of Exploitation
There have been rumours circulating that Mr Brown may not return to South Africa after reportedly being deported due to an expired work permit earlier this year. However, in an interview with Briefly, Mr. Brown, originally from Gweru, Zimbabwe, dismissed these reports as false.
He accused publications that spread the story of using his name for click bait, stating,
“Nothing is true. This is just them trying to push their content using my name.”
Mr Brown Unfazed By Deportation Reports and Focused on Projects
Despite the rumours, Mr Brown remains focused on his upcoming projects and is unfazed by the reports. He mentioned that he is currently busy putting the finishing touches to his new album before he embarks on a tour of the United States, Italy, and Australia. The new album will be released in November.
Mr Brown emphasized that he continues to collaborate with the same musicians he worked with while in South Africa, thanks to his laptop and internet connection. Additionally, he revealed that he is currently working with international musicians such as Akon, Steflondon, David Guetta, and Dimitri Vegas.
“I am working on my USA, Italy and Australia tour. I am dropping my album next month nothing changed. I am still working with everyone I used to work with, remember all I need is my laptop and my internet. I am also currently working with Akon, Steflondon, David Guetta and Dimitri Vegas,” Mr Brown disclosed.
In other news, Mr. Brown celebrated the birth of his son, Manase, earlier this year. He dedicated a heartfelt Facebook post to his son, offering him words of wisdom about the challenges and opportunities life may bring.