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17.06.2009 General News

2face booed off stage

By myjoyonline
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Nigeria's top music artiste, 2face, was reportedly booed off stage at a show in Abuja. His career has taken a turn for the worst and is in trouble!

Ogbeni Idibia is known in the music industry as 2face and is the man behind the hit song 'African Queen'. Since this debuted in 2005, 2face has remained at the top of the charts and his career until now.

Last month, at the Abuja Show which took place at the Old Parade Ground, everything was going well until 2face appeared on stage. He was late to perform and so the crowd rejected him at first.

Later on into the show after the crowd showed a bit of support towards the musician, he began singing old songs and they shouted at him in demand for fresh music. 2face angered by their demands, dropped the microphone and stormed off stage. The disappointed crowd reacted to 2face's retreat by getting hold of the item closest to them and hurling it on stage. This included water, popcorn and even stones.

2face recently made a move back to NowMusik, the label he abandoned a few years ago for Kennis Music, after his most recent work entitled 'Unstoppable' did not a lot but flop. This rough patch in his career has affected 2face's performance and behaviour on stage and behind the scenes.

The battle he is facing in the music industry is said to have been hindered by the large amount of bad publicity about his multiple out-of-wedlock babies. There has been speculations that 2face's partners have been giving him trouble on the home front which may be causing a knock on effect to his career as his performances are below expectation.

2faces' advisers will now be planning his next steps to bring back support of the fans. Now that he is signed with his previous label, NowMusik, it is said that he will return to the limelight in no time.
We wishes 2face the best of luck and he can be assured of our support to get back on top!

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