Burna Boy kicks an overzealous fan who tried to mount the stage
Burna Boy kicks an overly enthusiastic fan who attempted to climb the stage.
A video has filmed the moment Grammy award-winning singer, Burna Boy, kicked a fan to block him from mounting the stage during his Lagos concert.
This occurs amid the criticism that followed the singer’s tardiness at his performance, which left his fans waiting for more than nine hours.
While speaking to the crowd, Burna Boy spotted an overly eager fan attempting to scale the stage and booted him hard in the face.
In the viral footage, the fan is seen falling back after receiving an unexpected kick from Odogwu.
This, however, stirred mixed reactions; some blamed the individual for not according himself respect while others addressed the singer for being rude.
Watch the video below:
Burna boy kick person for stage 🤣🤣
— Aros (@Damiar0s) January 2, 2023
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Meanwhile, Burna Boy has apologised to his fans and given an explanation of the problems that occurred during his headline performance in Lagos.
The African titan, who had an incredible 2022 that included selling out legendary venues like Madison Square Garden, State Farm Arena, and a myriad of other venues around the world, headlined his first show for 2023 in Lagos, but things did not go as planned.
The event, which was scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Nigerian time on January 1, 2022, did not see the African Giant take the stage until 3 a.m. Nigerian time on January 2, 2022, which enraged many supporters.
On January 2nd, 2023, the singer apologised to his fans in an event update, explaining that, contrary to common opinion, he arrived early for the gig with his band, but he could not perform in time owing to the organizer’s failure to put in place the right sound technicalities.
The PH-born musician also revealed that he is attempting to bring investors into the Nigerian music industry in order to address the reoccurring issue of inadequate concert planning and execution.