[VIDEO] US-Based Kenyan Woman Responds to DJ Creme’s Saga with Immigration Officials, Offers Travel Advice
A Kenyan woman based in the US has responded to the DJ Creme’s saga with US immigration officials at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport last week.
DJ Creme, who was headed to Dallas, Texas to perform DJ duties over Memorial weekend events in the city, was denied entry into the US and later sent back to Kenya for traveling on a tourist visa rather than a business visa that he needed to perform as a DJ in the country.
In her response, Betty Achapa attributes DJ Creme’s troubles not to being snitched on by a Kenyan promoter in Dallas, but to the various content on social media detailing the events Creme was to perform at on arrival in the country.
Betty advices those traveling to the to the US on visas to be careful of the messagesthey post on social media as well as the content on their phones, saying this information is routinely being monitored by immigration officials and has resulted to several people being denied entry to the county.She also advices travelers to due their due diligence and understand all the rules of their travel visas.