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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

2face Idibia’s Concert in Rwanda Was A BIG FLOP

For the first time in over 10 years, Nigeria pop legend, 2face Idibia returned to Rwanda to headline a concert on September 23, 2016 at the Kigali Serena Hotel.




The event was 2face Idibia’s second time in the country after his first visit in 2006 but it wasn’t as memorable as he anticipated.
2face Idibia’s vistit to Rwanda comes on the heels of Wizkid’s sold out concert in the country back in August and P-Square’s sold out gig in 2012.


Rwandans on social media complained bitterly of lack of proper promotion for the concert which led to an all time low of less than 50 attendees.
2face had been brought in to the East African country by Belinda Umurerwa CEO of Kigali Entertainment. Investigations revealed that the concert, which was supposed to start at 6pm, started at 10p.m with almost an empty venue to welcome the singer.

At that time, we gather that only journalists were seen taking pictures of empty seats while the anchor, MC Tino simply told the DJ to keep playing music as they await people to come in.





When it was clear that no one else was turning up for the gig, MC Tino called on stage a couple of local artistes including Jack-B, Gilbert ‘Guitar’ Gabiro to perform.

At aboutt 11:30p.m, 2face took to the stage after long hours of negotiation between his management team and the organisers on whether he should perform or not.
Deciding to perform to the very few fans present, 2face was quoted to have said, ‘Hello Kigali. I know you’re very few but we don’t want to talk about whatever happened. I am going to do a unique show for you who managed to come‘.

He then went on to perform about five songs including ‘True Love’, ‘If Love Is A Crime’, ‘Blind’, and ‘African Queen’ before his manager, Efe Omorogbe gave him a sign to quit the stage.


Rwandans are now blaming the show organisers for the huge flop.
‘I think the timing of the show was not good. 23rd is not a good date because most people are yet to get their salaries. For a show to succeed, you have to put it at the end of the month or at beginning when people have money’, said Gilbert Dukuze, a Rwandan pundit.

He also pointed out that 2face coming a week right after a mega concert in town, by Sauti Sol, was a major undoing, especially considering that some music lovers think that the Nigerian artiste’s best days are behind him.


Culled: Netng


66 comments:

  1. Wow that is bad,my mouth was wide open when I saw that only 50 people attendance...that is so bad for his image,trust Nigerian comedians to use this as a very big joke against him lol


    That tweet about 2 face performing for 0 face had me laughing...2baba take heart

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    1. HaaahaaahaaahaaaHaaahaaahaaahaaa! I follow you laugh ooo!
      This is not good at all.
      Chai! Epic disgrace.

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    2. He for don carry lucile coconut oil rub for face to attract people nah.Bet tuface,yyyyy????Better start investing,this is a sign that ur music days r over.Btw,did Anne follow u?she for help u rub body cos this kain thing dey pain wella.

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    3. Take a cue tuface and bowout of the the music world.. blackface will be smilling now.

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  2. Come back home we love you here

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    1. Auntie no vex oo. Have you ever been to his show in Nigeria before??

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    2. The fact that he still performed says a lot about him. Some artist would have refused to perform. 2baba can never do wrong in my eyes, he's humility weakens me. He's forever still a great man with great personality.

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    3. Yes "uncle" why you ask you want me to take you along?

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    4. Yeah @ baby oku. 2baba is a humble guy. Met him a couple of times and we hugged.

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    5. That's why I will forever love TuFace...TuHumble mehn!

      Jus knew he'll still sing & won't evn want 2stop!Sweetest

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    6. Auntie no vex oo. Have you ever been to his show in Nigeria before??

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    7. Babyoku i love you for this talk

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  3. Eayah our recession don hit Rwanda and they are blaming the management. So we now have APC in Rwanda. Omase ooo. Tuface ndo oo aka king of flop

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  4. Maybe it's time for him to step aside and do other things
    Btw, he hasn't released any hit for years now so what did he go there to sing?
    Take a bow 2face.

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    1. Haven't you heard of coded tinz he featured phyno nau...not quite long ago

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    2. @ chi exotic, u can as well take a bow from commenting on SDK. Cos u stop making sense for year.bi....t Tubaba we love u

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  5. So sad. He should take heart. Such is life. Shit happens

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  6. Lmao,i laugh hard,but 2face should retire now,when he's still loved won't pay my money for such show, 2face time has passed

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  7. Efe omorogbe is out to milk tuface dry and then dump him. This guy can't take tuface beyond what Kenny ogungbe did. Nice African queen he hasn't recorded anything remarkable musically. Tuface should dump Efe before Efe dumps him.

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    1. Efe is afraid of exposing tuface to better opportunities. He blocks bigger deals because he feels that might make him irrelevant.

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  8. I like the fact he still performed. Some other artists would have refused to perform.

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    1. Yea I like that too.

      Big up Tubaba!

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    2. Yes ohh, so many artist won't have perform, DAT is y I still rove my tubaba(humbility)

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  9. He still performed. Big ups to him

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  10. Baba retire please and mentor the upcoming.

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  11. How can you blame tuface for the low turn out? Una no sabi read ni? The organizers of the show fucked it up. There wasn't proper publicity. Tubaba come back home and enjoy your afang soup jare we love you over here. Plus am ovulating now its time to make a mini zino. Lols




    *hangs leg in the window*

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  12. TUBABA SACK EFE OMOROGBE.

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  13. He shouldn't av performed at all...


    Sorry Tuface

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    1. Y shouldn't he, that is y is TUBABA

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  14. Let's just say he's time Don pass joor,everything has is own time,he has shine when the glory is still there,now is for younger n new artist. Lately he's not singing anything reasonable to buy. Bye bros,go n love your lekki mansion n your investments.my advice thou.

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  15. I've always found his performance dry. I believe lots of people involve sentiments when it come to Tuface...he is humble, blabla.
    Great artist, but his performance are DRY!
    Always jumping like...

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    1. Can you even hold a mic for 5 secs? See this local fowl oooh. Common leave here bfor I press your brain with correct knock.
      Don't you dare talk bout my forever crush like that or I will come get you in your dreams.




      *hangs leg on the wall*

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    2. See this bitch!!!. Can u even lead family morning devotion. Abeg get lost, Barbie my foot

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    3. Y d painment, that particular jumping he does is the reason we so love him

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  16. When he's busy sleeping with tiwa savage n climbing different women,he dnt know the repercussions abi?same goes to Dr.Sid. When was the last time ppl heard from him?. Abi make we beg annie not spend money anyhow ooo. Two of them no go school,what will they venture into now?.annie what happen to our glorious Tuface?

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  17. Tu baba kizzes 😘, I LOVE 😍 you.

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  18. Ewo, why nah Rwanda? Recession reach there abi Tubaba carry recession come? Tubaba ndo, try again later.

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  19. The beauty of it was that he performed despite the low turnout. Tuface, change your management and staff.

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  20. Na wa o. People get mouth sha. exacerbated performed for 0 face lol

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  21. Music isn't static and every musician that wants to actually succeed must learn to evolve a unique style and stick to it. 2 baba made a huge mistake in his career by completely re branding. The kind of music that made him popular didn't stand the test of time and he suddenly became naija Rkelly which is unfortunate. He should just bow out while the ovation is loudest ....The likrs of Davido, Wizkid and Olamide only have a few years to run too because those kind of music cannot stand the test of time and even if they rebrand, its bound to fail...A bankyw, Timi Dakolo, Asa, and Praiz will still be on the scene while Davido and others would have been long forgotten....its better to nurture your career than to go ior popular tunes that will go out of fashion quickly. A sunny Ade is still well respected in Nigeria today because he carved a unique niche for himself and stuck with it.

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    1. Please can you tell me how many people listens to all these artiste you mentioned. For you to last long in the music world you need to be versatile and carry many age group along. Make song for ditterent age grade, don't be stagnant. Many RnB artistes in the us had to make collaboration with nyounger artiste to make their song appeal to young ones . let KSA hold a concert, you'll only see people like me who loves his song

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    2. That's not true besides youths prefer going to clubs than live shows so if KSA hold a concert it will be a huge success.

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    3. Nna biko sing the one that will bring plenty quick money, re-invest your money elsewhere and dump music! Who longevity epp for entertainment industry? No matter how good you are, upcoming artists will still spring up and you become old school.

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  22. #Self-care is not selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel*

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  23. " the artiste best days are behind him" say who? all of una dey craze! Tubaba, don't go to that country again! am so pissed!

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  24. Enter your comment...shit happens

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  25. The organizers did a shitty job!
    50 people? DARN!
    I respect him for still going ahead to perform.
    Apart from African queen, if love is a crime, and impossibility collabo he did with psquare, I don't think there is any other of his songs that I like that much.

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  26. That shows how humble he is jare. No artiste will agree to perform, they will conclude that it is a deliberate act. Kudos to you 2baba

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  27. I just weak when I saw this last night on IG. Soso 50 people? 2baba I hope you collected your full payment sha.

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  28. 50 revellers or 1million revellers, 2baba will still earn his full pay!

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  29. Chai!! place looks like they came for choir rehearsal.

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  30. He is a consummate professional, I commend him for his humility and still performing for the paying guests, even though so few. As they always say, the show must go on and he did not let his ego get in the way. In the future his ppl should do better research about the projects they sign him on for.

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