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"Due to a lack of sponsors, I had to sell my Rolex watch to fund my concert." - Sonnie Badu
"Due to a lack of sponsors, I had to sell my Rolex watch to fund my concert." - Sonnie Badu

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“Due to a lack of sponsors, I had to sell my Rolex watch to fund my concert.” – Sonnie Badu

Gospel performer Sonnie Badu, a Ghanaian living in the UK, recently opened up about the difficulties he had getting funding for a recent performance.

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In a recent interview, Sonnie Badu revealed that his team faced challenges because the majority of the potential sponsors declined to provide support, even after more than five months of careful planning.

As a result, Sonnie Badu was forced to sell his pricey Rolex watch in order to pay for the occasion.

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Ghanaian musician Sonnie Badu, who is residing in the UK, performed a successful Rhytms of Africa concert at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on Saturday, December 9.

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The Baba hitmaker said that he had undergone significant surgery after a domestic mishap on his social media platforms, sharing photographs of himself on crutches before to the event.

Curiously, several online users asserted that Sonnie Badu was merely using the aforementioned household mishap to promote his next show.

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Their suspicions may have been validated when Sonnie Badu took the stage and delivered an eclectic performance that would undoubtedly stay in the memories of attendees for a very long time.

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This time, however, Sonnie Badu—who had been limping for a week following the aforementioned domestic performance—performed without it.

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The Wonder God performer returned the crutches shortly after his show and received assistance leaving the stage.

This has strengthened the opinions of some online users who claim that the crutches episode was only a marketing ploy for Rhytms of Africa.

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