Bongo sensation artiste and WCB president Diamond Platnumz, was on the weekend forced to cut short his performance in Birmingham England after riots broke on the venue.
According to Diamond, the riots were as a result of high turn up from fans who could not be accommodated in the venue and wanted soo much to be entertained!
“Birmingham!!! shukran sana kwa wote mliokuja usiku wa jana, na poleni sana kwa event kuishia kati, kutokana na uhudhuriaji mkubwa hadi kupelekea fujo kwa stage ilosababisha mziki kuzimwa, show kukatishwa na kutoweza kupanda kwenye stage…naamini ni kwasababu ya mapenzi furaha na shauku kubwa mliyokuwa nayo…. ila furaha ikizidi sana ndio hivyo tena inakuwa majanga, especialy kwenye hizi nchi za watu” reads part of Diamond’s statement
Diamond Platnumz’s manager Sallam SK took to social media to apologize to the fans for the inconvenience.
“Sorry for Last night but payback today I mean right now at Coventry lets link up, free entry lets link up there,” shared Sallam SK.
Diamond chose to have another performance at the Coventry center dubbed that Summer Fiesta BBQ to satisfy the fans quench for entertainment. Entry to the show was free to those who had earlier paid for the Birmingham show as a way of compensation.
“Kwa heshima yenu ntakuwepo leo Coventry kwenye summer fiester bbq, tuchome nyama na kuparty….muda ni saa kumi na mbili jioni…tell a friend! Stock Holm Sweden let’s see you on the 9th tazama @wasafitv kwa tukio zima #itslukamba” Added Diamond