Samini Responds To Wiyaala’s Concerns Over “Back Up Artist” Concert Flyer

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Award-winning Ghanaian musician Samini has quickly responded to the recent concern raised by Wiyaala surrounding promotional flyers for an upcoming concert at the Royal Cosy Hills Safari Resort scheduled for January 1st, 2024.

When the flyers were shared online, it came to light that a star-studded lineup, including notable artists such as the High grade Family boss himself, Kuami Eugene, Fancy Gadam, and Wiyaala.

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After she saw the flyers, Wiyaala expressed dissatisfaction with the promotional material, specifically highlighting her picture being obscured behind Samini and Kuami Eugene.

She firmly warned the organizers to rectify the placement of her image, emphasizing that she is not a backup artist and threatened to withdraw from the event if her concerns were not addressed.

READ ALSO: Wiyaala Angrily Reacts To Promotional Flyers Of An Event That Has Her Picture ‘Hiding’ Behind Samini, Kuami Eugene, And Fancy Gadam

In response to Wiyaala’s grievances, Samini has also  used his own Facebook page to clarify his position on the matter.

According to Samini, he was unaware of the particular artwork in question and expressed his intention to involve the organizers to address the issue promptly.

He also indicated surprise at the alteration of his #SaminiFest to #SafariFest and noted that while #SafariFest is indeed his concept, it was not intended for January 1st.

The “Good Vibes” crooner revealed that the organizers did not seek his input or request a picture for this specific artwork, raising concerns about the approval process.

He went further to pledg to take immediate action to have the controversial promotional material removed and apologized to Wiyaala for any inconvenience caused, assuring her that he would ensure the necessary corrections are made.

See his post below:

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