Mr Eazi has come out to give reasons why his scheduled ”Trace Live” concert, which was billed to hold on Thursday in Lagos was cancelled by the organizers.
The show was Mr Eazi’s first concert back home following the successful release of his sophomore project, ”Lagos To London” and the launch of his Empawa Program.
The concert generated much buzz and anticipation from his Lagos fans who have had to wait the whole year to see the superstar who has been dominating on the global stage.
But hours before the event, the organisers announced that the concert had been cancelled citing, ”reasons beyond our control.”
Lagos based radio station City FM, however, made an allegation on Friday, November 23rd, claiming that Mr Eazi was kicked out and has been permanently banned from the concert venue, TerraKulture as he was rude to the owner of the place.
Mr Eazi immediately took to his Twitter page where he called out the radio station in a series of tweets for reporting false news about him and riding on negativity.
He then went further to give his reasons why he had to cancel the show, accusing the people in charge of the venue of lack of organization.
”My band got into the country, we had two days of rehearsals and went to the venue for final rehearsals on time ie 7pm but there was no staff of the organisers at the venue! None! The lights and aound engineers had not even received my tech rider.”
On the allegation that he was rude to the owner of the venue, Mr Eazi tweeted,
”My people is it a crime to ask someone their name?!!!!!!!! If i dont know who you are is it a crime?!!!”
Mr Eazi has been on tour in different parts of the continent where he is launching his Empawa program in seven countries including Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya.