“Did You Expect Me To Perform On A Crutches? – Sonnie Badu Queries Critics Following His Successful Concert

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On Saturday, December 9, 2023, the Grand Arena (AICC) in Accra witnessed an unforgettable night filled with the vibrant sounds of gospel music at the “Rhythms of Africa” concert.

Curated by the renowned UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician Sonnie Badu, in partnership with George Quaye’s Image Bureau, the event was a celebration of the power and beauty of gospel music.

READ ALSO: “May It Never Happen To You” – Sonnie Badu Responds to Accusations Of Faking His Recent Injury Just To Hype His Concert

The concert featured a star-studded lineup including MOG Music, Piesie Esther, Joe Mettle, Nacee, Perez Musik, FRA from Ghana, and Neon Adejo and Preye Odede from Nigeria.

The night also included touching tributes to legendary gospel musicians like Mary Ghansah, Rev. Yawson, and Diana Hopeson, honoring their contributions to the genre with plaques of appreciation.

Aside all the above events on the night, Sonnie Badu’s stellar set he delivered on the night left many stunned and others wondering if he was the same individual who was holdling crutches just before his performance.

In the wake of the concerns that have been raised by some netizens suggesting that he faked the injury, Sonnie Badu Sonnie Badu took to his Facebook wall to share a statement and express his gratitude to everyone who attended the concert, announcing plans for a touring journey to personally thank his supporters.

He also addressed the claim that he had staged his injury with the remark, “Did you expect me to perform on crutches? If you did then you don’t know ME … I dealt with the pain like a lion…”

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