The Glo CAF Awards held yesterday night at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos and it was an event packed full of surprises.
The first of such surprises was received when Yaya Toure received the award instead of Mikel Obi whom many Nigerians were rooting for.
Next up was the performance of music duo, Psquare which fans say was horrible.
Peter Okoye has apologized for the performance but not before Nigerians released an onslaught of emotions on Twitter.
See reactions below:
#GloCafAwards2013Psquare! What is all this?
— Kay KonSxpt (@kayouz90) January 9, 2014
Psquare una for play una music for background. Dis doesn’t look rehearsed. Or is it the sound? #glocafawards2013— ifenna CN (@ifennacn) January 9, 2014
Psquare should honour obi Mikel by refusing to sing jo’or… #GloCAFawards2013— Kesreal Sanni (@Dsultansanni) January 9, 2014
Whatever Nigerians believe stole the #CAFPlayerofTheYearaward from Mikel must also have stolen PSquare’s voices. #GloCafAwards2013
— Derin Ajao (@theveryderin) January 9, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: Psquare set to return the money paid for #glocafawards2013performance……..Wack!!!!!
— Qoonleigh (@leighzy1) January 9, 2014
#GloCafAwards2013 nightmare is seeing psquare performed the way they did tonight after your prefared award winner was robbed of the award. — Mr G1 unoh (@Gtexcute) January 9, 2014
Take heart o” @badboysplashy: They break my heart>” @ONEHOTSPOT: They did worse ” Shey Psquare fulk-up ni? ” P square why ? #GloCafAwards2013” — Miss Cute (@Loveopinion) January 9, 2014
#glocafawards2013 and psquare just added salt to injury by putting up that terrible performance
— Philip kevin (@Philrandz) January 9, 2014
Producers dey rob nigerians with their beatz……….if nt that the likes of psquare shld be office assistant. #glocafawards2013
— Hakeem Afolabi (@Apholerbi) January 9, 2014
Pasuma over psquare performance tonite RT @sexyTmartins: What of Psquare” @beejay978: #GLOCAFAwards2013made … http://t.co/Y9NhEjewJe— BORLAH’G (@beejay978) January 9, 2014
YES! Heard the sound was bad from the broadcast. Sory not our fault. Show must go on. Peace!
— Peter Okoye (@PeterPsquare) January 9, 2014
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