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I Didn’t Fight My Fans –Terry G

Published on January 10, 2014 by   ·   No Comments

•Terry G

—Bayo Adetu

•Terry G

The first to perform was Ice Prince, who really entertained the audience. Coming after him was Terry G, who also in his usual way gave an energetic performance. After the songs Free Madness and Akpako Bombom, the anxious fans were already crossing the barricade erected by the security operatives.

While the security men continued to push back the crowd, they responded by throwing objects at them. This prompted organisers of the event to move Terry G, his crew and the other artistes away from the scene through the backstage. Due to this, even J Martins could not perform.

“It is simply impossible for my fans, not even in my state where I’m being treated like a King to throw stones at me or chase me off the stage, it’s not realistic. The problem was purely between the security guys and the audience, but for security reasons, I and the other artistes had to be taken off the scene. Whoever is spreading the rumour that I was stoned is simply ignorant of what happened,” Terry G said.

On 19 December, 2013, Terry G, alongside Ice Prince and J Martins were at the IBB Square, Makurdi for a show.

Versatile entertainer, Terry G, has debunked rumours that he was chased off stage by irate fans during a recent performance in Makurdi, Benue State.

By the time Terry G was performing the song Halleluyah, the overzealous fans, who apparently loved Terry G, because he is an indigene of the state, mounted   the stage, and in the process, efforts by the security personnel to push them back resulted in a protest.


Posted by on January 10, 2014, 3:20 pm. Filed under Entertainment, Music, Nigerian Music.
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