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Even If 3 People Show Up He’ll Perform – Killbeatz Clashes With Fans On Twitter Over King Promise’s Promiseland Concert

KillBeatz is fighting dirty with fans on behalf of King Promise over his forthcoming annual Promiseland concert slated for December 23, 2022, at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel.

In a Twitter banter with disgruntled fans- who stated without mincing words that they won’t attend the concert because of King Promise’s unprofessionalism exhibited in recent times- KillBeatz stated that even if attendance is fewer than expected, King Promise will still perform.

Fans embark on this warpath as a result of King Promise’s failure to appear when scheduled to perform at the most recent Wizkid Live event at the Accra Sports Stadium which flopped eventually.

The Oh Yeah hitmaker took to his social media pages, shortly after Wizkid pleaded with his fans for not showing up, saying:

“Performing for my fans is my topmost priority. I don’t take the love and support you show me for granted. What I will never do it to compromise your safety no matter how much I’m paid for a show. It’s your unflinching support that makes me who I am. I profusely apologise for last night’s mishap. I promise to make it up to you really soon. God Bless and keep you safe. Love you.”

But some angry fans are still asking King Promise to cancel the show, especially when Stonebwoy is also holding his Bhim Concert at the Grand Arena on the same day.

In the meantime, Killbeatz responded to a fan who stated that they would rather go to Stonebwoy’s show than his with the following, “no worry! You can go to Stonebwoy’s show! Even if 3 people show up to Promiseland, we will perform for them. [sic]”

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