As the World slowly regains normalcy, Nigerian Singer Omah Lay has already made plans on what he would of during his first concert after the pandemic.
For more than a year, Music concerts suffered badly due to the coronavirus pandemic which has made artists move into virtual concerts.
These virtual concerts allow few or no physical audiences to watch the show. Now with the vaccines being distributed around the globe, it is expected that things would soon return to normal.
Omah via his Twitter account revealed that when the world returns to normal and he can host a concert, he would do a crowd surf even if it is dangerous for him.
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“On God!! When the world opens up again, my first concert I’m gonna jump in the crowd, if I die I die”
The artist suffered a humiliating fate in 2020 when he went to Uganda to perform alongside Tems. The two were arrested by the Police authorities for allegedly flouting Covid-19 rules.
On God!! When the world opens up again, my first concert I’m gonna jump in the crowd, if I die I die pic.twitter.com/tZH0gKB3Ks
— Omah Lay (@Omah_Lay) March 19, 2021