Kamikazee booted out of Sorsogon festival performance

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, October 3) — Filipino rock band Kamikazee was booted out of their performance at the Kasanggayahan Festival in Casiguran, Sorsogon due to their "attitude problem," according to the governor.

"Hihingi ako ng paumanhin, hindi [na] matutuloy ang Kamikazee. Wala tayong magagawa, bayad 'yun kaso may mga attitude," Sorsogon Gov. Boboy Hamor announced a few moments before the band's scheduled performance on Sunday night.

[Translation: I'm sorry, Kamikazee will no longer continue. There's nothing we can do, they are already paid for their performance, but they have attitude.]

Hamor said he didn't allow the band to stay at their hotel in Recidencia Del Hamor and sent them to the airport instantly after the incident. He added that Kamikazee is now banned from entering the province.

"Hindi na ‘yun makakabalik sa Sorsogon… Hindi tayo puwedeng bastusin na mga taga Sorsogon," the governor said.

[Translation: They can't come back to Sorsogon… The people of Sorsogon should not be disrespected.]

Hamor did not give specific details of the band's action, but reports have said Kamikazee refused to take a photo with Sorsogon's tourist attraction Thousands Light Roses, which they earlier agreed to do so.

Kamikazee was supposed to perform along with other local bands Imago and I Belong To The Zoo.

They are known for their hit songs "Narda," "Huling Sayaw," "Doo Bi Doo," and "Halik."

The band has yet to issue a statement on the matter.