Ghanaian soccer player, Thomas Teye Partey, shocked KiDi and Kuami Eugene after their fruitful "Live in Concert" sold-out occasion at the O2 Indigo, London, on March 6.
In a video caught by Doreen Avio, a co-host of the occasion, the Arsenal midfielder was seen sharing a few trinkets from his football club to the youthful performers in one of the anterooms of the setting.
The gifts incorporate, altered 2021/2022 Arsenal home units, champagne from Belair, Rum from Bumbu, and other undisclosed things.
That was not by any means the only shock the Lynx Entertainment endorsers saw the evening of the occasion - Ghanaian artists, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Kwabena, Eugenie Official; from Nigeria, Mayorkun and Patoranking additionally showed up in front of an audience in the middle of the feature artistes' exhibitions, driving the group into an outright free for all.
KiDi and Kuami Eugene offered their huge thanks to Thomas Partey, shock artists who flew the whole way to the U.K to help them, patrons, coordinators, and the regarded crowd.
The 2,800-limit hall was filled to the edge with fans who cheered every artiste who mounted the stage.
The occasion was coordinated by Lynx Entertainment, with organizations from SMADE Events and Akwaaba UK, to stamp Ghana's 65th Independence commemoration
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