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‘This has to be the worst hostile treatment,’ Nigerian singer Fave SZN blasts Kenyan promoters

Nigerian singer Fave SZN whose real name is GodsFavour Chidozie has shared her displeasure with Kenyan promoters following her recent appalling experience in Kenya.

Taking to her official Twitter account, the ‘Mr Man’ hitmaker said that she loved her Kenyan fans and their support, however, she had a distasteful experience following several hitches with the promoters of the ‘Thrift Social’ event she headlined over the weekend.

“Kenyan fans thank you so much for the love but this has to be the worst hostile treatment we’ve ever received by show promoters.

The last act of wickedness was cancelling our flights back to Lagos. No love. I wish you guys the best,” read Fave’s tweet.

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Not done, the singer took the brawl to Instagram where she directly tagged the promoters of her concert and called them out on their incompetence saying that it was a teaching experience for her.

“@thriftsocialnairobi you guys are all terrible people. How do you invite us to your country and abandon us, refuse to pay, and cancel our tickets? What a teaching experience,” she wrote on her Instagram stories.

She went on to advise her followers that they should be-ware of the promoters labelling them thieves.

“Wherever you hear ‘thriftsocialnairobi’, my advice would be run because they’re a bunch of thieves. A lady on dada and a couple of other guys. Find God,” she added.

The singer had also earlier shared on her Instagram stories that her handbag was stolen during the concert, which she slyly brushed off.

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The concert, which was to take place at Hidden Gardens, Karen was moved to Carnivore’s Simba Saloon on Saturday, September 24, 2022, was attended by many revellers who fancy the Nigerian artiste’s songs but judging from the remarks by the singer, it is highly unlikely that she will be visiting Kenya again anytime soon.

Fave hit the spotlight after she did a freestyle on a beat made by “Jinmi Abduls”, a producer and artiste based in Lagos, and ever since then her popularity and fame have been on steady growth.

Her first EP project ‘Anywhere but here’ was released on 7th November 2020, and she became an internet sensation after she released her single ‘Beautifully’ which gained lots of traction on social media.

She later spiced it up with her single ‘Body Riddim’ and ‘Mr Man’.

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