- Adana Demirspor player and renowned Italian footballer, Mario Balotelli, graced The Havoccity Afro Festival
- The concert that was held in Vicenza, Italy, had Ghana's Kuami Eugene and Kidi as well as Nigeria's Davido as top performers
- YEN.com.gh's checks revealed that Ghanaians were highly impressed with the video showing how Balotelli pulled up
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Famous Italian footballer, Mario Balotelli was spotted at The Havoccity Afro Festival in Vicenza, Italy, where Kuami Eugene, Kidi and Nigeria's Davido held a massive concert.
In a video, the Adana Demirspor player was seen in his expensive car wearing an all-black attire and poised up for the concert after he paused to say hi to a crew of media personnel including Ghana's own ZionFelix.
Zionfelix.net reports that the Lynx ‘boys’, Kuami Eugene and KiDi were on their A-game as always when they mounted the stage at the Vicenza convention center to perform to over five thousand people in Italy alongside Nigerian music superstar, Davido.
How Ghanaians received the news online
emmah_bmtee, after watching the video of Balotelli said:
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That’s massive let all push Ghana music to the world
sika1on1 was sad he could not make it to the event, which he expressed in the words:
Wow...I wanted to go guess I missed it
esperanzawhitcombe11, out of extreme excitement, confused many readers when he commented:
I'm alone again, in the company of champagne, will you write to me?
Watch the video below
Kuami Eugene & Kidi Present Pull Out Sarkodie As Big Surprise During O2 Concert in London
Previously, Ghanaian superstars, Kidi and Kuami Eugene were at the O2 Concern in the heart of the United Kingdom on Ghana's Independence Day with brilliant performances.
Videos taken from the event show that it was an electrifying night with back-to-back fireworks but one outstanding moment was when the duo presented the biggest surprise for the night in the person of Michael Owusu Addo.
Sarkodie, as he is popularly called, hit the stage although it was not announced that he would be present and the entire crowd went gaga, screaming on top of their voices.