Mutima Entertainment proprietor Nkuke Robert Jackson has finally reached out to singer Spice Diana in a bid to make peace.
Over the weekend, singer Spice Diana among other musicians was booked to perform at the just concluded annual Masaka street jam.
However, Mutima failed to honour the work agreement with the artists he hired to offer services at the club Pilsner sponsored event.
This compelled Spice Diana to storm the stage and demand her balance from Mutima who was in hiding then.
According to the video that made rounds on social media over the weekend, the clearly angry singer lashed out at the promoter, urging him to clear her balance because she has obligations to fulfil.
In the most recent development, Mutima reached out to Spice, and the two ironed out their indifference.
Mutima revealed in the video circulating on various socializing apps there was a delay and miscommunication, vowing never to repeat the same mistake again.
He apologised to Spice Diana and whoever was hurt by the proceedings at the event, noting that this is not the way he usually runs his businesses.
In the same line, Spice accepted the apology, and noted that her reaction emanated from the disrespect that was portrayed by the promoter.
Have a look at the video below.