FRESNO, CA – In a shocking announcement, the management company that hosts the annual Hmong Music Festival has postponed the highly anticipated event. They’ve issued an official press release announcing the postponement but the truth is tucked inside the minds of event administration. Rumors of immigration issues have surfaced for the headliner of the event, but ZQ has received recent updates that will knock your panties off!
It was discovered today that HMF and Laib Laus were indeed cooperating with federal officials with their immigration issues, but there was a specific detail at the center of it all that they didn’t want you to know. When their visas were checked, it was questioned if lead singer, Xyooj Vaj, was actually a female. According to records, he’s listed as a male. But upon an initial physical examination, this was indeed somewhat of an issue. Federal officials issued a statement saying, “We can not release the actual facts of this case, as the contents are very sensitive to Mister Vaj. Actually, I can’t even go on the record as saying Mister or Misses at the moment. What we have is an issue with conflicting information right now and we are working to resolve them with the person and the State Department respectfully.” We’ve requested their side of the story, but Laib Laus managers declined to accept our interview. We’ve since compiled some comparison photos for closer examination. You be the judge.
We believe the photos speak for themselves. Will we ever find out the truth behind the event announcement? Why are they skirting the main issue here? Hundreds of fans are calling for more explanation as to why the event did not go off as planned, leaving them dangling and losing thousands of dollars in non-refundable airline tickets, hotel rooms, and other rentals. This announcement has really put a big dent into HMF and their ability to host an event of this magnitude. Or are they hiding something else that’s even bigger than the event itself? Will Laib Laus come back next year? Or will they come back as Poj Laib Laus instead? We will all have to wait and see in 2015. ■