- Jay Contreras of Kamikazee recently made three cryptic posts on social media with a simple caption that immediately stirred a buzz online
- His band recently got involved in a controversy with the governor of Sorsogon, Gov. Boboy Hamor
- While details about the said controversy remained sketchy, it resulted in the decision of the governor not to allow the band to go on stage to play only a few minutes before their scheduled set
- A video of the governor announcing on stage that Kamikazee will no longer perform and that he has sent them straight to the airport, instead of staying in their hotel, to spend the night has already gone viral
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Jay Contreras of Kamikazee recently made three cryptic posts on his Instagram account with a simple caption that created a stir on social media.
In all of his three posts, Jay shared a black and white photo of himself and wrote similar captions.
“I choose love,” Jay wrote in his most recent post, while in his two other previous posts, he wrote “choose love.”
It can be recalled that Kamikazee recently got involved in a controversy with the governor of Sorsogon, Gov. Boby Hamor.
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While details about what exactly transpired remained sketchy, it apparently resulted in the decision of the governor not to allow Kamikazee to go on stage to play, only a few minutes before their scheduled set.
A video of the governor announcing on stage that the famous OPM rock band will no longer perform as he has booted them out of the festival and sent them straight to the airport has gone viral recently.
Gov. Hamor was also heard saying that he did not allow the rock band to stay at their hotel and so Kamikazee members and crew would have to spend the night at the airport for their flight the next day.
Kamikazee is one of the most popular OPM bands in the country. They are known for their hit songs “Narda,” “Martyr Nyebera,” “Huling Sayaw,” and many more. The band is composed of frontman Jay Contreras, Jomal Linao and Led Tuyay on guitars, Jason Astete on bass, and Allan "Bords" Burdeos on drums.
Recently, the video of Sorsogon Governor Boboy Hamor going up the stage to address the waiting crowd regarding his decision not to allow Kamikazee to play in the Kasanggayahan Festival has gone viral. The popular OPM band was supposed to play alongside other famous bands like Imago and I Belong To The Zoo. Gov. Hamor, during his announcement, said his reason for not allowing the band to play was because of their alleged “attitude” problem. He also said that he didn’t allow Kamikazee to stay in their hotel but sent them straight to the airport, adding that the rock band is now banned from the province of Sorsogon.
Last year, Neri Miranda, the wife of Parokya ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda, uploaded a post showing the members of Kamikazee playing together in a location in Baguio City. In Neri's post, one can see Kamikazee band members seemingly complete and performing in the said location. Neri said it’s like they just ate together and then decided to jam afterward. She said that the said place was so lucky as Kamikazee chose it as the place where they could jam together in public after a long while.
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