Lynx entertainment signee Kidi has been roasted on social media for this reason.
The former MTN hit maker has been trending on social media from yesterday till now for what many sees it to be the wrong move. He announced a show he is having on 29th of July at East Legon, the announcement of the show was not the problem but the pricing of the show.
According to the musician, the pricing ranges from ¢15,000 to ¢3000. This didn't go down well with some of his fans and majority of Ghanaians who sees it as a way of extortion. But there are few who think its cool with the price.
A lot of social media users have expressed their views on the pricing as they believe that, things are not well in the country when it comes to money generation and it will be difficult to get the numbers at the show.
Among those who think the pricing is outrageous is content creator Kwadwo Sheldon who expressed his dissatisfaction with it. Check his tweet above.
After alarming reaction from Ghanaians on his pricing, he came to clarified that the show is for those who can afford if you can't afford you should just keep mute.
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