Zonke Puts Promoter On Blast

He failed to deliver proper sound for the show

By  | Nov 29, 2020, 10:28 AM  | Zonke Dikana  | Top of The

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Local singer Zonke Dikana was meant to perform at GOG Park in Soweto at 7PM yesterday. But her excitement was marred by sound issues which saw herself and her band having to wait for over an hour to perform. She documented the whole experience thoroughly on her social media accounts to make sure her fans knew that she was not responsible for the blunder.

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First Zonke posted a video of herself travelling to the venue, she appeared to be in high spirits and really looked forward to her performance. "Almost at GOG Park. I'm so excited, it's been a while as you all know. So I cannot contain my excitement," said Zonke.

Immediately after her arrival Zonke posted a picture of the venue to prove that she had arrived but she mentioned she was still waiting to be called on stage because the sound wasn't ready. She tweeted, "Sitting backstage at GOG park waiting to be called on stage, apparently their sound is not yet ready hopefully all will be well soon"   

After waiting for more than an hour to perform Zonke decided to take the matter into her own hands and went onto the stage to address the issue. She then posted a video of herself  apologising to her fans before she broke into an impromtu performance of her hit song Jikizinto making it very clear that she was more than ready to blow them away.

" I’m at GOG Park apologizing for the promoters non existent sound. My band & I have been waiting for over an hour. I did this to show people I AM HERE. This I had to do because artists are attacked & blamed. I am professional & I respect my audience. But this is out of my hands ," Zonke captioned the post.

Early this year Zonke made the headlines for all the right reasons after she helped a needy student settle her University fees. Responding to the popular "O Jewa keng?" tweet a distraught Bubu Sithole wrote, "I’m currently packing my bags and going back home because I have outstanding fees and can’t register. I owe R29k &they want 17k for me to register provisionally. I was rejected by nsfas twice in a row even after I sent thrumy mom’s death certificate and my dad’s disability papers"

Zonke spotted the tweet and responded with an offer to help Bubu stay in school.

The rest, as they say is history.

Main pic credit: Instagram

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