Hiplife artiste Ponobiom, known as Yaa Pono stunned fans and supporters at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Nominees Jam as of late held in Kumasi after he utilized obscene words and furthermore thumped down two fans who endeavored to contact him amid his execution at the occasion.
Directly before Ponobiom showed up on the stage, there was a group flood near the phase which required extra security men to ‘hamburger’ up the accessible number of gatekeepers offering security administrations for the occasion.
The additional security came to help for quiet to be reestablished at the program after a close rush that was brought about by fans who had moved close to the security blockade between the stage and the group of onlookers due to over energy and ensuing endeavor to draw nearer to the performing artists and contact them.
The coordinators According to Attractivemustapha.com acted quickly to turn away any disorganized events subsequent to experiencing an extreme time to control the group and guaranteed congruity of the program as arranged.
The deplorable happenings lead to specialized hitches which kept the ‘W’asueme’ hitmaker Obaapa Christie and thrilling Adina who were charged to engage fans from performing.
One would have suspected that considering the intense time the fans had given the coordinators, no performer would endeavor to defy the security norms, yet hiplife Musician Yaa Pono who excited fans with a happy exhibition brimming with vitality stunned fans.
The hails and elated reaction from the group clearly helped his quality and pushed him to bounce into the group which had up to this point been hindered from nearing the phase to guarantee artistes wellbeing when he was playing out his ‘leap forward’ hit ‘Obiaa Wo ne Master’.
Scarcely any minutes in the wake of entering the group, he began battling which provoked a fan to convey him on his head for his wellbeing, Yaa Pono was heard saying ‘you are a trick’ in the nearby vernacular and later thumped down certain fans in the midst of certain kicks which influenced the bearers to send him back to the stage.