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Samini Issues Strong Warning To Fan For Talking To His 14-Year-Old Daughter During UK Concert

At the second edition of the Legends Night held in Wolverhampton, an interesting incident occurred during Samini’s performance. Similar to the first show at Lighthouse Theatre in London, this event was a major success.

Samini captivated the energetic audience with his performance, as they danced along to every song he sang on stage.

Known for his expertise with live bands, Samini showcased his talent by performing some of his classic hits with talented band members and backing vocalists. He took a moment to address the audience about something he observed while on stage.

He mentioned that he had brought his 14-year-old daughter to the concert, and during his performance, he noticed a fan making inappropriate advances towards her. He emphasized that although his daughter may seem mature for her age due to her height, she is only 14 years old.

He warned the gentleman not to take advantage of the situation and to refrain from any inappropriate behaviour towards his daughter.

Despite its fiery tone, he managed to lighten up the situation by requesting the audience to applaud his DJ. This allowed him to regain his rhythm and continue his performance.

Tru News Report suggests the intention behind this was to give him a moment to catch his breath.

Watch the video:

Source – Tru News Report


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