- YBNL music star Asake has tendered an apology to his fans following the disruption of his London concert
- Speaking on the chaos which saw many being injured, Asake revealed he was yet to get full details about it
- The singer added that he was working on meeting with those who were injured during the disruption
Organise crooner Asake is currently making headlines after he released a public apology on his social media timeline following the disruption during his performance at his concert in London on Thursday, December 15.
The YBNL star appealed to those who were injured as a result of the disruption, adding that he was working on reaching out to them.
Asake, however, stressed that he was yet to get full details about what led to the disruption at the entrance of The Brixton Academy, where he had his show.
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His statement read in part:
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“My heart is with those who were injured last night and caused any form of discomfort. | pray you get well soonest. I am also in the process of reaching out to individuals.”
See his post below:
Netizens react to Asake’s apology
See some of the reactions below:
“You’d be back bigger and better.”
” my bro,we love you too man.”
“Y’all really been stressing this man out with this tour why can’t people just behave !!?.”
“Me money we love you I made it to home sha but Dey stole my gadgets .”
Police cancel singer Asake’s show in London
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Asake’s last show in London ended in chaos and was a complete waste of time for concertgoers.
Police cancel Asake’s show mid-performance as fans break in, cause chaos, stampede and casualties
According to the reports and several clips sighted online, the singer had started performing when thousands of fans with fake tickets forcefully broke into the venue.
The YBNL music star had to announce the cancellation of the show as he revealed that people had breached security and found their way into the venue.
Several clips showed the moment fans broke into the O2, caused a stampede and chaos, and even got to physically assaulting one another.