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Omarion Pissed Off The Namibians…See How They Paid Him Back





OMARION-700x500American singer, songwriter, actor and dancer, Omarion, showed up in Namibia to perform at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek on 27th October, 2017.

For reasons best known to him, he refused to show up at a press conference and Namibians paid him back in kind by not showing up to his concert.

Days before the concert, Omarion had said he was so excited about the prospect of performing in the country, and could not wait to see the Namibian people.

He also appeared in a video where he called on all his fans to see him perform live in the Land of the Brave, which went viral on social media.

Tickets for the concert were sold at N$250 (N6400), N$450(N11,400) for Golden Circle and N$1,000(N25,300) for VIP tickets.

Photos from the empty concert below…OMARION-NAMIBIA-1 OMARION-NAMIBIA-2 OMARION-NAMIBIA-3 OMARION-NAMIBIA-4 OMARION-NAMIBIA-5South African media personality Phil Mphela had the lowdown on what really happened…

And here’s what some Namibians had to say…





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