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    I was whipped by the security at ‘S Concert’ – Article Wan

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    Hiplife artiste, Article Wan has revealed to Showcase Ghana that he was whipped by the security at the Accra Sports Stadium when he tried to get into the Accra sports stadium to perform at the S Concert.

    According to him, event organizers did not give he and his team car pass and therefore was made to park outside and join the audience before he could get access to the stadium to perform.

    He said in the course of the push and pull outside the gate of the stadium, the security man used his belt on his neck as if he was a thief.

    Article who was billed to perform on the night indicated that he had a batter deal with EIB Network and was not paid for his appearance on the night.

    He also stated that he was supposed to perform before some other artist but anytime his management approach organizers to know when he should come on stage, they are been told to hold on. This resulted in him not able to perform that night.

    To add to his pain, he indicated his car developed a fault and he had to push on the night when he was going back home.

     

    SOURCE: Ghanaweb

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