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The bar’s managers refused to respond to our concerns.
While most nightspots in Kampala use pictures from the internet to avoid females colliding with men in toilets, Cayenne’s decision to misuse Jay Z and Beyonce’s photographs is likely to rile the music stars’ fans.
Cayenne is no stranger to controversy.
The bar is owned by Mario, the ex husband to musician Cindrella Sanyu alias Cindy
There have been murmurs of local customers not receiving similar attention as foreigners at the exclusive bar.
The bar was also recently warned by city authorities over its poor disposal of waste.
A one Kevin who was attending a corporate party at Cayenne last week expressed shock at the bar management’s choice of Jay Z and Beyonce’s posters for their toilets.
“This tells a lot about Cayenne’s administrators. It’s disrespectful to use pictures of such inspirational figures to guide partiers to the toilets. The right thing to do is to pull them down,” charged Kevin.
Observers say the latest development could ignite debate on nightclub’s misuse of celebrity photos.
Research carried out by ChimpLyfe shows that majority (if not all) of nightspots’ proprietors abuse celebrities’ copyright with impunity.
Most Ugandan musicians do not go beyond the “upcoming stage” simply because they do not guard with strictness against abuse of their intellectual property which costs them billions of shillings every year.
Jay Z poster at the entrance of the men’s toilets at Cayenne
This website has confirmed that Cayenne does not intend to host Beyonce and Jay Z at their premises in the near future.
It remains unclear whether the famous music family will take action against Cayenne.
Despite being known for his humbleness, Jay Z is a strict businessman who rarely tolerates people stepping on his enterprise.
In 2010, Jay Z sued David Ortiz, claiming that a nightclub opened in his native Dominican Republic infringed on his Jay’s 40/40 club concept.