The Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, Kelvyn Brown, popularly known on stage as Kelvyn Boy was caught on camera being abused by the University of Cape Coast's Cadet Corps. It's unclear what created the misunderstanding, but it looks that the UCC Cadet Corps, dressed in military uniforms, does not want Kelvyn Boy to enter the premise.
The musician was accompanied by some bodyguards, but they were powerless to intervene because there were so many UCC Cadet Corps members at the event. Kelvyn Boy and his crew were seen attempting to explain things to the UCC Cadet Corps, but they were not willing to listen and pushed the musician out of the event.
Meanwhile, at the show, some musicians were performing. The misunderstanding nearly escalated into a brawl at one point. In the video, some individuals at the show are overheard stating, "This is an embarrassment; this is Kelvyn Boy, a renowned musician, and he is being treated in this manner. It's a disgrace to Ghana's music business ".
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video wondered what will cause a common Cadet of UCC to disrespect and embarrass the musician like this.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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