Fans have reacted to a viral video that shows Oxlade performing his hit song, Ku Lo Sa. While performing the song, the singer was struggling to hit a high note, which he didn’t quite hit.
The original creator of the video, who was present at the show, implied that Oxlade couldn’t sing to save his life.
Oxlade vocal disruptancy on stage sparks reaction online
This has got so many reactions both those in defence of Oxlade and those insulting him. Below you’ll see some Netizens reactions.
Here are some of the reactions
dreamchaserjtk: “His voice is stressed!! He can sing.. na just stress.. professionally, when your vice has being stressed, simply decline the show or adjourn it and fix a new date.”
altrayd: “Una no just understand how hard these artists work. This is not funny.”
charismakelsa: “This person has been working and going to different shows , different countries almost everyday and you say his Vocals shouldn’t be stressed.. you feel it’s easy???
Do you know how talented oxy is??? Vocals .. give him his flowers Abeg.. it’s not easy to sing almost everyday to impress us on stage..”
diva__ella: “Y’all give him a break. It’s not easy to be in this entertainment industry. He must have been stressed out but still had to perform regardless. If he misses the concert to rest, it’s still most of you that’ll drag him.”
dayamund: “He is probably overstressed.” naomikamara92: “He has been on tour..him don loose him voice jor ”
becoming_keshi: “Lol, anyone saying Ox can’t sing live clearly doesn’t know him… even what he did on here is not bad singing as y’all making it sound only if you understand singing.”
marv_1s: “Artists that has been ok tour, singing almost every night.. whoever made this video is a frustrated hater.. I don’t even see anything wrong with the way ox was singing.”
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