South African rapper, AKA and South Africans have trooped in to Twitter to celebrate the cancellation of the Africans Unite Concert, in South Africa.
The concert brewed incredibly intriguing scandal because Burna Boy was scheduled to perform there and South Africans were not having it.
The news now isn’t that the show has been cancelled and Burna Boy won’t be needing to fly to South Africa anymore. According to South Africa’s media house, Timeslive, the organisers cancelled the “Africans Unite Concert” because of the outrage it had created.
“The decision to cancel the Africans Unite Concert comes after the call from the Tshwane Entertainment Collective to boycott the Africans Unite concert in Tshwane. With the increasing threats of violence from other unfortunate segments of the public and without any government intervention, Phambili Media and Play Network Africa were prompted to take the threats and warnings seriously, as the safety of all artists and attendees could not be guaranteed. We then decided to cancel the concert. The safety of all attendees, artists, and crew comes first,” the statement reads.
Some South Africans, including AKA are overly excited and feel victorious over the development.
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