- Kamikazee is now the most trending topic on Twitter after news of the band having been booted out of Sorsogon came out
- The band was sent back home by the governor of Sorsogon after allegedly displaying some "attitude"
- It was Gov. Boboy Hamor who personally made the announcement to the waiting crowd that the band was sent home and could no longer perform
- While the governor did not elaborate, the only thing he mentioned was it was due to an alleged attitude problem
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Kamikazee is now the most trending topic on Twitter after news of the Pinoy rock band having been sent back home by the governor of Sorsogon surfaced.
The band allegedly displayed some "attitude" but the details of such an allegation were not mentioned by Gov. Boboy Hamor when he personally made the announcement to the waiting crowd.
According to Gov. Hamor, he sent the band home and brought them directly to the airport.
They were not made to go back to their hotel.
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In the video, which has already gone viral, the governor called back to the stage, Imago, another band, that performed ahead of Kamikazee.
The band has not yet released a statement with regards to the incident.
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.
Last year, the band stirred a buzz online after they were seen playing together in a location in Baguio City. In a post uploaded by Neri Miranda, the wife of Parokya ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda, 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 afterwards. 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.
During the 2022 general election campaign period, the band's drummer, Allan Burdeos, took to social media to slam rumors about their alleged participation in the UniTeam’s campaign rally scheduled for April 10, 2022 in Zamboanga. He denied the band is part of the lineup of performers who will entertain the crowd at the scheduled rally and said “mga sinungaling,” though did not say to whom he was addressing this particular phrase. In his post, Allan posted the alleged poster circulating online showing their band’s name along with other popular bands like Parokya ni Edgar and IV of Spades. The Parokya ni Edgar official page and Blaster Silonga of the IV of Spades earlier denied their participation in the event.
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