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Namibians boycott Omarion’s concert after he didn’t show up for a Press Conference

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Namibians reportedly boycott Omarion's concert for refusing to show up at Press Conference

American singer Omarion‘s concert in Namibia was a no-show as Namibians reportedly boycotted the event.

The singer was billed to perform at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek on Friday. He was however supposed to show up for a press conference earlier in the day but his manager claimed he was exhausted from his flight and could not meet with the press anymore.

On getting to the venue of the concert later on that night, well, it’s better shown than explained. See below:

See the photos below:

Namibians reportedly boycott Omarion's concert for refusing to show up at Press Conference Namibians reportedly boycott Omarion's concert for refusing to show up at Press Conference Namibians reportedly boycott Omarion's concert for refusing to show up at Press Conference Namibians reportedly boycott Omarion's concert for refusing to show up at Press Conference

South African media personality Phil Mphela had the lowdown on what really happened:

Omarion later went ahead to put on a show for the few people that actually came out, putting up a video on his Twitter account with the caption “As long as you had a good time. ✨?

11 Comments

  1. Tony

    October 29, 2017 at 11:06 am

    Time for Africans to make people respect them. Shout out to Namibians. Respect is reciprocal. Ur iterinary should have been flexible enough to accommodate the press conference. Most people think when it comes to Africa any one can do as they wish. Let the trend continue.

  2. Pappy

    October 29, 2017 at 11:13 am

    U don’t just disrespect people omarion

  3. Ephi

    October 29, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Hope Nigerians are taking note.

  4. Ijebujesha

    October 29, 2017 at 1:20 pm

    I dont understand why this Phil guy mentioned Nigeria. Nigerians would take just about ANY amount of disrespect from Americans or even Europeans. If this had happened in Nigeria, we all know the stadium would still be packed full. Nigeria that everyone now speaks with oyinbo accent. lol..Abeg….

    • Coao

      October 29, 2017 at 7:14 pm

      Nigerians are a very forgiving people. We give a lot of aid to other African countries so stop playing. We try to be an understanding people. But Namibia has shown that these a holes need to be taught lessons. It’s important all black folk take heed, against whites ignorance as well.

    • JAde

      October 29, 2017 at 8:29 pm

      NAIJAs only get mouth, no action. Thank you Namibia for taking action.
      And I hope it extends to their government.

  5. Funmilola

    October 29, 2017 at 2:40 pm

    Nigerians can’t do this abeg!

  6. issa no way!

    October 29, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    Nigerians ke? Tahhhhh! Who dash monki banana? Nigerians CAN’T try this even with Z-list celebrities. NO WAYY!!

    Namibia for President!!!

  7. Michael

    October 30, 2017 at 8:52 am

    the guy performed so he has been paid his money in full. whether he performed to 1 person or 100,000 people. performance fee remains the same. it is the organizres of the show (which are probably namibians) that have lost money.

  8. Ajala & Foodie

    October 30, 2017 at 11:26 pm

    Ok let’s be honest, this Omarion a “was been”. Even when he had fame, he was never a world class act. Least of all now, when his only ties to fame is one lame reality show. The question I have is if this was Bey, Riri or Drake would Nambians still have stayed away? If the answer is yes, then I applaud una but for O…. naaah!!!

  9. No Headaches Please

    October 31, 2017 at 1:33 am

    Z list artists with Zed list attitude.
    Even when you’re as popular as Fragglerock?
    Unku sit down, be humble!

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