A Pass has come out to give reasons why he thinks Fik Fameica's show flopped
The Didadada hit singer, Alexander Bagonza, aka A Pass who will in a few days turn 29 has come out to say that his concert cannot and he adds that he is too big for flops.
This follows Fik Fameica's Friday concert that was fairly attended;
The remarks follow a fan who was attributing the low turn up of Fik Fameica's concert to him not getting the support from the legends who he claims abandoned the show.
"Who did he reach out to in the first place, if you looked at the poster, it was a one man show, but how many songs does the man have! Personally, I think his team needs to take the man's brand serious and make sure everything is well studied next time."
NTV Style Project co-host, Bettinah Tianah, was forced to ask the 'Guli Wano' singer when he expects to be having a concert!
"When I feel ready, I will make a big show/concert at the Cricket Oval and if you see many spaces and empty seats, just know I brought too many chairs, but it was sold out."
"If I make a concert, it can't flop...that's impossible I am too big for flops and I have so many haters who want to see me fail so they will come as well and join my huge fan base and enjoy the show, I won't be singing for chairs, this I promise you."
The gates at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds were open as early as 3:00pm but, by 8:30pm the patrons were yet to fill up the venue.
Fik Fameica hit the stage by 11:00pm and performed his hit songs in one hour. Geo Steady, Fille and Gravity Omutujju among others performed.
The My Journey concert will resume on Friday with a show in Kazo followed by another at Ntwatwa Gardens in Mpigi and the climax will be on Christmas day at Nimrod Beach in Luwero.
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