Singer Feli Nuna faced possibly the most traumatic experience in her music career when she was attacked with sachet water at the Ebony Memorial Concert on March 29.
The artiste who strolled off the stage unexpectedly finishing her execution is currently lamenting her activities.
Talking on the Cosmopolitan Mix, Monday, Feli Nuna stated, despite the fact that she was disturbed and felt disregarded, she could have tended to the issue at the spot.
“I wish I remained in front of an audience to speak to them. Tell them that it is one industry, we as artists are here to engage. In this way, they should attempt to help, paying little mind to their connection to different artists,” she said.
The ‘Adoration Me Now’ artist clarified contentions between artists are great yet fans must not take it to the extraordinary with loathing and outrage.
She expressed, an artist ought not to endure an assault in light of another because of such competitions.
Feli Nuna included one explanation behind her second thoughts, is she didn’t factor in the sentiments of her fans present at the occasion.
“My fans, despite the fact that, were irate and furthermore disillusioned I left, they were anticipating more. Somebody sent me a message that she cried when the water hit me yet making the most of my execution. It made me feel awful,” she expressed.
The artist told Sammy Forson, host of the show, that she has not gone in front of an audience to perform since the occurrence happened.
The occasion coordinators apologized to Feli Nuna and attempted endeavors to angle out the culprit yet were ineffective.
Feli Nuna approached Ruff Town Records to amplify their security whenever they have the occasion.
“In the event that they are additionally going to put out an announcement, it ought to be towards denouncing what occurred,” she included.
Feli Nuna said she would not give the dread a chance to get to her and miss the Ebony Memorial Concert in 2020 if there will be one.
The late dancehall artist, Ebony was Feli Nuna’s companion and the last has sworn to dependably bolster whatever has to do with the late artist.