Don’t listen to them – Adekunle Gold warns colleagues as OAU promises to be different from LASU

Popular Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold has warned his colleagues against going for shows at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun state.

OAU took to its Twitter page on Friday and called on artistes to bring their concerts to the higher institution, promising to deliver nothing but fun and a nice party.

The invitation came after the violent incident at the Lagos State University, (LASU) where musicians such as Odumodublvck, Bella Shmurda were attacked by suspected cultists.

In reaction, Adekunle Gold accused OAU of lying and advised his colleagues not to listen to them. The singer’s rant may be connected to an incident at the university in 2015 when he was humiliated at his hotel after performing for just three minutes.

He had been reportedly paid N300k to perform at the school but only mounted the stage for a few minutes and sang his debut single Sade before exiting, an action which outraged students and the organisers.

In a post on Twitter, OAU wrote; “Bring your Concerts to OAU, we love fun here. Just dobale, singer nice songs and it’s a party mate. #OAUTwitter”

Quoting the tweet, Adekunle Gold said; “Don’t listen to them! F**king Liars.”

CorrectNG reported earlier that artistes were attacked on Thursday at the Lagos State University (LASU) main auditorium during a concert organised by celebrity dancer Poco Lee.

It was gathered that the homecoming concert was going well until suspected cultists stormed the venue to wreak havoc and destabilise the event.

Viral videos showed Bella Shmurda being rushed out of the hall with his face looking swollen and sore after he was allegedly slapped. Also, rapper, Odumodublvck was captured running out of the venue with Smada and members of his team.

An undisclosed number of persons were said to have been attacked and sustained injuries during the stampede. Singer Olabinjo Ayotunde Quam better known as T Dollar was also attacked when the music concert turned violent.

It was also gathered that several artistes and dancers fled the venue immediately after their performances, while some failed to show up for fear of being attacked.