Falz, naija artist pulls off ‘False’ tour in South Africa.

Falz, naija artist pulls off ‘False’ tour in South Africa.

The much publicized tour by top Nigerian songster and actor,  Folarin Falana popularly known as Falz was reportedly a snake pit.

As at press time, nigeriansinsouthafrica.co.za gathered that Falz only held a free-for-all perfomance at Club NYC in Johanessburg and Moloko Club in Pretoria on Friday (Feb10) and Saturday (Feb11) respectively.

Those who attend both events say they cant call it a tour. One of the attendess said: “let’s just we hanged out, took some pictures and had some fun”.

All efforts to reach Falz and his team for detailed information about the tour were fruitless.

We were only sent auto response response that says: ” Sorry I miss your call, Please have it in mind that your call is very important to me do send me an sms and I will respond ASAP. Regards. TUNJEGS GROUPS INTERNATIONAL”.

However, many who see the poster of the event on our site called us for more information but we could not help as we could not reach Falz for details on the ‘False Tour”.

It is not uncommon for some Nigerian artistes to create an impression of holding a major event in South Africa, only for them to chill in a club, pop Champagne, take pictures and do some dodgy solo performances.

Pictures are then posted on social media, all in the name of a successful event.

Nigeriansinsouthafrica.co.za is unsure if Falz performed anywhere in South Africa yesterday.

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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