Inside All that went down at “Olamide Live in Lagos: The Concert” a.k.a #OLIC4 through the eyes of fan

Wo’ crooner Olamide had a successful fourth edition of his concert tagged Olamide Live in Lagos: The Concert.

Organized by YBNL, Red & Axla, Heat, Pentagon and Powered by the Lagos State Government, this year’s edition was held at the Teslim Balogun Stadium Surulere, Lagos on the 17th December, 2017.

The choice of the stadium, which has the capacity of over 25,000 people, as the venue for a rapper’s concert is undoubtedly another first as concerts go in Lagos.

Olamide Live in Lagos: The Concert definitely brought Lagos to a halt with the release of his new album titled ‘Lagos NaWa’.

A fan with the twitter handle @Folushaw was present at the event and gave an insight on all he experience at the show.

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Formerly Star Boy entertainment singer, Rasheed aka LAX was pictured as he performs in his NYSC uniform at the Olamide Live In Concert OLIC4 in Lagos.

Olamide was also criticized by Nigerians for inviting Lagos state assistant commissioner of police Yomi Shogunle to perform at OLIC 4.

Olamide came under attack for lack of sensitivity by inviting the ACP, known as Yomi SARS who was videoed bragging about the activities of SARS.

While some Nigerians expressed disappointed at Olamide for bringing someone who reportedly humiliated youths, others have called for the show to be boycotted and Yomi SARS humiliated.

Here are some controversial comments:

@officialdaddymo “So Olamide is giving Yomi SARS a platform to perform at OLIC 4.It’s one thing to be ignorant & not understand consequences of your actions. It’s another thing to be aware of it but completely detached from the reality that’s going on around you.

@ani_nomso “How on earth do you bring Yomi Sars to Perform for the same Youths that he & his Colleagues Brutalise & humiliate? No Respect for the Youths from Olamide after all the #EndSARS tweets. Zero emotional intelligence.

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