'Live with KiDi': negativity greeting the concert is boring--- KiDi shades critics
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‘Live with KiDi’: negativity greeting the concert is boring— KiDi shades critics

‘Live with KiDi’: negativity greeting the concert is boring— KiDi shades critics

Lynx Entertainment signee, KiDi has described as “negativity” and “boring” people claiming the ticket of his upcoming concert christened: “Live with KiDi” expensive.

The concert which comes off on Thursday July 29 at the Coco Vanilla in Adjiringanor, East Legion, Accra at exactly 7:00 pm will see its tickets going out for Ghc15,000 and GHc 3,000.

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However, the event which is yet to come has been greeted with massive criticism as some fans and social media users were of the view that the price could deter many from patronising the show.

According to KiDi, there were standard tickets for  those who would not be able to afford the VIP ones and advised them to stop discouraging him.

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Although prices were described as outrageous but KiDi explained that there were regular tickets going out for as low as GHc 100, stressing that the tables come with special freebies, hence the price.

He therefore called on people who could not afford to just scroll rather than feeding his craft and concert with negative response.

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“The negativity some of you ooze dey bore. If you won’t come, keep scrolling. It’s very simple. If you can’t afford tables, there are standard ticket prices. You people for stop the negativity smh,” he added.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist. For business or story tip off, contact me on +233 24 646 6866 or email: spotonnews.net@gmail.com

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