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Kelvynboy Attacked By UCC Students After Stage Performance

Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, Kelvin Brown, widely known as Kelvynboy was allegedly attacked by some students of the University of Cale Coast after a stage performance.

The singer was said to have been slated for performance at the official launch of the school’s 60th anniversary and was also billed to perform at the University for Professional Studies Accra(UPSA).

According to an eyewitness, the singer had wanted to finish his performance on UCC campus at 8pm on Saturday night so he could rush back to Accra to perform at UPSA.

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Unfortunately for him, some students of UCC could not comprehend the fact that the singer wanted to abandon them in a haste to perform in another school, hence they decided to cause a commotion by blocking the singer from moving from the school’s campus.

A video available to Myglobaltrend captures the moment the singer was being blocked by some security officers on the campus from having his way to exit the school’s campus.

However, they managed to reach a consensus and allowed the singer to vacate the school’s campus to perform at UPSA.

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