Bongo artist Rajab Kahali popularly known as Harmonize failed to attend and perform the Jubilee concert in Kibra on Sunday as it had been expected.
This, Nairobi News reports, is after Deputy president Wiliam Ruto's camp failed to pay him in advance.
Harmonize was scheduled to perform at the concert as the headline act where he had asked for Sh3 million to be paid to him before he lands in the country.
However, there were questions as to whether the former Wasafi signee should be paid such an amount yet he was to perform briefly.
The 'Uno' hitmaker was supposed to jet in the country on Saturday but when the transaction failed to go through he cancelled the trip.
Being the last day of the campaign, the Jubilee party had lined up a number of international and local artists to perform.
Kenyatta Hill was supposed to introduce for Harmonize but instead ended up performing almost the whole time at Laini Saba where Jubilee's candidate Macdonald Mariga's supporters had gathered.
Hill is the son of the Late Joseph Hill, a singer, and songwriter for the renown Jamaican vocal trio Culture.
Kibra's by-election is scheduled for Thursday.