US immigration officials have deported DJ Crème de la Crème to Kenya after being detained for 25 hours at the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport.
The DJ, whose official name is George Njuguna, was reportedly placed aboard an Emirates flight heading to Kenya via Dubai.
Reports indicate that DJ Crème told the immigration officials that he was visiting the US to spend time with his friend over the Memorial holiday - a day reserved to remember fallen US soldiers.
The DJ was, however, unaware that the officials knew the nature of his trip as he was scheduled to entertain Kenyans at different shows.
It is said that the officers even had his fliers and seemed to have been waiting for him when he arrived at DFW airport on Wednesday at 9.30am.
The entertainer had publicised the visit on social media with his postings revealing he was set to entertain Kenyans during the Memorial festivities.
Normally, such visits require one using a business visa and not tourist visa which the DJ travelled with.
Crème was deported after thorough questioning and reportedly informed his promoter on what had befallen him.
"Headed Home, but I'll make sure I tell you guyz about my Prison Break Stories when I Land," Creme confirmed the ordeal on his Instagram account.
"But everything happens for a reason and I know without a doubt that we shall party sometime soon," he concluded.
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