Sista Afia, the Ghanaian singer who had a disastrous Tamale concert a few months ago with a very low turnout, has now responded.
She thinks that the absence of performers from the Northern Region was the reason why her Queen Solomon Concert in Tamale at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium was a failure. She has claimed that some people are deliberately impeding her attempts to put on a successful concert in the Northern Hemisphere.
At the Queen Solomon concert in Tamale, noteworthy performers included Medikal, Kwame Yogot, Mr. Drew, Sefa, Lasmid, Ataaka, Wiz Child, Fadlan, and LilWin.
Because I didn't have Fancy or another artist on the bill, the entire performance was ruined. So they continued to remove the plugs. They pulled the plug two seconds after I entered the stage, turning off all the lights. Before I even took the stage, they continued to do it.
Sista Afia discussed contacting Macassio and Fancy Gadam to get the music moguls of the North involved, but they failed to show up for her.
“We exerted every effort.” We met the Chiefs and attended the prom, after all. When it comes to Tamale, we followed all the proper procedures.
“We spoke with Fancy.” I got in touch with them both. Later, after some haggling, he (Fancy) handed me a price that I had to pay. He stopped responding to my text as I was about to pay.