Olamide and Phyno were expected to perform at a show tagged Culture Tour in Toronto, Canada
On the day of the show, the two indigenous rappers did not show up and this made fans who had paid earlier destroy properties in annoyance
Phyno and Olamide reveal why they did not attend the show
Nigerian indigenous rappers, Phyno and Olamide, were billed to perform at a show in Canada but they failed to attend the show and this led to pandemonium as their fans who felt duped by the show promoter.
The expectant fans took the laws into their hands when they destroyed properties at the venue of the show in Toronto, Canada before the police intervened.
To show their regret, Phyno took to his Instagram page to apologise to their fans. He also shared their joint letter of apology.
The letter was signed by both Olamide’s YBNL and Phyno’s Penthauze management In the letter signed, it was stated that both Olamide and Phyno met all obligations in preparation for the show but the show promoter, Prince George Entertainment, failed on his part. To cover up for the lapses, the promoter lied that Phyno was sick. Read excerpt of their letter of apology below: “We humbly apologize to our fans who bought tickets for The Culture Tour in Canada [/Quote] . Olamide and Phyno love and adore their fans and did everything within their power to ensure they performed at the event. However the promoter Prince George Entertainment defaulted on our agreement. It was announced at the venue during the show that Phyno was sick and he couldn’t perform which is a lie.