Nigerian sensational singer, Tekno left fans disappointed when he put up a Lifeless performance at an event at the Transcorp Hilton in Abuja where tickets sold for N1 million Naira for gold table, N2 Million for Platinum table and 7000 Naira for regular tickets.
Tekno, whose time to hit the stage came after Styl-Plus, Flavour N’abania had wowed the crowd numbering about 1,000, let them down, by murmuring into the mic and abruptly ending songs he performed at the event.
NAN reports that the singer was heard murmuring into the mic and sarcastically saying the money he was paid had finished, much to the disappointment of some of his fans.
Mr Emmanuel Kevin who had come from Keffi in Nasarawa state to attend the show expressed disappointment at Tekno, telling the news agency that “It was disappointing to see. I could hear him every time he instructed his DJ to change a song half way through performing it. He seemed to be rushing somewhere”.
Another fan who preferred to be called Freda also expressed her disappointment at Tekno. “It was as if he did not want to be in Abuja”, she said.
Tekno has been criticised in the past for his bad attitude towards his fans. This latest event will likely increase those criticisms.
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