London-based Ghanaian music artiste, Michael Dapaah, better known as Big Shaq, suffered his worst fears as the concert for which he is currently in the country, 'Muse Live Concert 2017, reportedly flopped.
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The ‘Muse Live 2017’ concert is aimed at celebrating iconic international talents.
In a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, only 31 people purchased tickets, and for that matter showed up for the event.
It is alleged that Big Shaq was left alone on stage, as all of the other artistes billed to perform at the event failed to show up.
Other artistes expected to have mounted the stage were Becca, Edem, Shaker, Gemini, Joey B, Turas, Mimi and Nana Yaa.
The show, which came off on Tuesday 26th December 2017 was scheduled to start at 7pm, but eventually kicked off late into the night.
Patrons who appeared disappointment reportedly requested a refund of their monies.
According to reports, several factors accounted for the unfortunate development.
Some of them, it is alleged were issues of poor organization, publicity and advertising.
Again, there were complaints with respect to the prices of the tickets, as they were deemed to be too expensive.
Big Shaq, who is a comedian turned musician, became the toast of fans with his hit song ‘Man’s Not Hot’.
The track, which is his first single, shot him to fame after his appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s ‘Fire in the Booth’ segment hosted by Charlie Sloth.
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