Musician KiDi has apologised to his fans at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) for his inability to perform during their school’s SRC week activities because of a technical challenge.
In a post on his Instagram, the ‘Touch It’ hitmaker stated that he looked forward to entertaining students at the event but he could not make that happen with a faulty system.
“Sorry UCC, I waited for 3 hours for the problem to be solved, I really wanted to give you guys a show, I couldn’t do that with a dysfunctional sound system. Thank you for the love still,” KiDi wrote.
This comes after KiDi trended on social media for walking off stage at the UCC SRC week celebrations at the Casford field.
The singer had been billed to perform on Saturday night. However, upon mounting the stage and with students cheering him on while excitingly waiting for his performance, the microphone malfunctioned.
Apparently then the mic no Dey work so your man Japa— Kwadwo Sheldon 🇳🇬 (@kwadwosheldon) October 9, 2022
In a viral video on Twitter, KiDi could be seen testing the microphone several times but the feedback and sound echoes from the microphone were poor which made it impossible for the musician to perform.
He eventually left the stage without performing. Social media users called out the school for such a disappointing display.
The UCC thing dey funny me waa people leff preps dey come enjoy Kidi in performance mic no dey work. UCC sorry okay. I’ll perform for you when I come to Ghana 😂😂😂— KALYJAY (@gyaigyimii) October 9, 2022
Artist drive all the way come UCC make he dey come perform then mic no dey work,masa UCC don’t stress sugar daddy kidi okay— Mempeasem President (@AsieduMends) October 9, 2022
UPSA SHS SRC week sef they get Proper sound systems and Mics But UCC cant give Kidi mic to perform 😂— TWO TERTY 🇳🇬🇬🇭 (@Aboa_Banku1) October 9, 2022
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