She was slated to perform before 90,000 guests but walks out after seeing an empty stadium.
What really happened? Who fault it is?
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In retrospect, it seems like someone should have said something sooner.
In the latest celebrity update, Brandy was secretly slated to be the surprise grand finale at the Nelson Mandela Sports and Culture Day except, since fans had no knowledge that the singer would be the final act at the end of a packed schedule; almost all of them had left the place by the time Brandy stepped on stage.
To put it in viewpoint, the FNB stadium in Soweto, South Africa, holds 90,000 guests and had been packed the entire day. When Brandy came out for her big moment, just only 40 people remained. And reportedly, the lights were on (which was probably one of the reasons guests thought this shindig was done).
“Brandy performed to an empty stadium. With the stadium lights on,” local musician Kabomo tweeted.
In fact, additional event-goers shared Kabomo's shock. Twitter user Crazy Girl Tutu (how we love that name), shared, "I gave up the min I saw the empty stadium. Brandy performing for the chairs!"
“Well Brandy is going to perform for herself and Mbaks only. Stadium now empty,” Dawn Ngwenya tweeted.
Mbacks refers to Fikile Mbacks, South Africa’s minister of sport, who likely had advance warning that the star would be showing up.
Faced with an empty stadium drenched in light, Brandy didn't stick around extended either.
"People didn't know there was a concert after the games. No one knew Brandy was around. Maybe a 40 people audience. She sulked after two songs and walked off," Kabomo shared on the social media site.
To tell the truth, we can't really blame Brandy. And as we're fairly certain Brandy won't be running back to perform in South Africa again anytime soon, we also have a feeling that next time she does, people will know about it.