Ethic Group, other artistes forced to flee after drunk and rowdy Nakuru...

Ethic Group, other artistes forced to flee after drunk and rowdy Nakuru revellers hurl bottles on stage

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As American hiphop artiste Clifford Joseph, popularly known by his stage name T.I and Jamaican music sensation Chris Martin brought it down at their respective concerts in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, there was drama in Nakuru town as the “Flow Na Chrome” party hosted at the NAC Grounds turned chaotic.

The show was headlined by some of the country’s hottest artistes including GengeTone kings Ethic Entertainment, Sailors and Boondocks Gang. Veteran JuaCali was also graced the show.

According to one of the attendee’s narration on social media, everything was running smoothly up until about midnight when the young revellers (most under 22 years of age) got drunk and became rowdy; hurling bottles on stage and at the artistes’ tent.

The narrator, who partly blames the pricing of tickets for the mess, goes on to add that one person was stabbed by a broken bottle during the commotion.



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