Ghanaian artist Kwesi Arthur has stirred discussions on Twitter following his performance at Davido’s Away Festival in the United States.
Fans were disappointed by the subpar performance of the artist who was previously thought to be a great choice for the stage.
They argue that his performance was so slow that by the time it ended, the crowd had almost dispersed.
It has been concluded by others that he has declined significantly in a system where new artists are taking over.
His fans, on the other hand, have defended that he might be going through psychological turmoil or fighting battles he has not been vocal about.
However, amidst the varied opinions, Kwesi Arthur has addressed the issue by first extending gratitude to Davido and his team for the rare opportunity.
He faced his critics and stated that he would have continued his performance even if only two people were in the audience and that “I go need y’all to shove your opinions up your ass.”
Ghanaian artist Kwesi Arthur sparked discussions on Twitter following his performance at Davido’s Away Festival in the United States.
Despite being excited when he was announced as one of the performers, fans expressed disappointment, criticising his subpar performance with a slow tempo that left the crowd seemingly dispersed.
Some argue that he has fallen off in a changing music landscape.
Kwesi Arthur, thanking Davido for the opportunity, responded to critics, stating he would have continued even with just two patrons in the auditorium.
The ‘Ground Up’ crooner, without mincing words, jabbed his critics to “shove their opinions up their asses”.