Olamide YBNL London concert irritated by fan inconvenience

The YBNL 2.0 show saw a few fans not able to get in because of the field limit getting topped off to the greatest. 

Olamide and his YBNL group made some kind of history by breaking record participation at the 5000 limit Hammersmith Apollo setting.

The YBNL 2.0concert hung on Sunday, October 9, 2016.

With the entryways opening early, DJ Enimoney , Unbeatable, Neptizzle and Sean alongside the Acenote band and different acts guaranteed the fans were in gathering state of mind before and amid Olamide’s first execution.

Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, Temmie Ovwasa among whatever remains of the group likewise engaged the group with their music.

The main drawback of the occasion was the disappointment of Olamide to give his nearby off execution because of interference’s achieved by swarm inconvenience in and outside of the setting.

With the scene at full limit the security had no way out than to close the entryways, declining an irate number of fans in their hundreds passage into the show.

To Olamide’s and the fans’ failure, fans were denied the profoundly expected execution of his creature hit ‘Who you epp” and a couple of different tracks.

Olamide said after the show that in spite of the fact that he was lowered at the record quantities of fans who turned out to see him , he was still baffled at the way that his fans didn’t get the chance to witness the end of the show which he had arranged for quite a long time.

President of Smade occasions Junior Adeosun said,

“all attempts were made to ensure Olamide gave his final performance including offering to cover any security costs to the venue but we eventually had to understand the health and safety concerns of the arena  owners as the crowd outside continuously rushed the door”.

All things considered, nothing could be detracted from the night set up together by Smade occasions which saw another record breaking night for Afrobeats in the UK and all the more imperatively, a night that delegated Olamide Baddo as authoritatively the new King of Afrobeats.

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