Five interesting things that happened last weekend at 3 Kings Concert

Posted on July 25 2017 , at 01:57 pm
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  • If you missed it, then you missed out on a lot of fun.

2Baba performing at the concert

In case you don’t live in Abuja, and managed to miss out on 3 Kings Concert held there over the weekend, here are five of the most interesting things that happened at the show.

 

2Baba wowed with his performance, as usual

2Baba’s performance was excellent as usual

It is no longer news that Campari brand ambassador, 2Baba is king of the stage, and he proved this yet again by bringing his A-game to the 3 Kings concert where he treated excited guests to some of his classic songs and even some more recent hits.

 

Comedians delighted the audience to awesome jokes

The comedians kept the audience entertained

It was indeed a night to remember as comedians like Gordons, MC Apere and MC Ugodo made sure the audience had the time of their lives as they continuously had them roaring in laughter with witty and hilarious jokes.

 

We were introduced to 2baba’s elder brother, Stephen Idibia

Who knew 2baba had an older brother that looks just like him? Wifey, Annie left many stunned when she took to her Snapchat to post a video that showed her with a brother-in-law, Stephen, who most of us never knew existed.

 

A fan presented 2baba with an amazing portrait of him

That moment when a fan came on stage to present his painting of the Campari brand ambassador, @official2baba. #3KingsAbuja

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The fan love for Campari senator, 2baba was incredible. The best part was when one excited fan, an artist, climbed the stage to present 2baba with an adorable painting of him.

 

There was an endless supply of Campari

There was a good supply of Campari

There was no shortage of drinks and cocktails as the gorgeous Campari hostesses made sure to spread love around with a good supply of Campari, making it an even more enjoyable night.

 

It was indeed an experience to remember.

 

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