‘There was no attempt to kidnap me’, says Teni after gunshot incident


Teni Apata, the Nigerian singer, says the gunshot incident at an event where she performed in Port Harcourt, Rivers state was not a case of attempted kidnap as claimed.

The ‘Hustle’ singer had fled the stage after violence broke out while she was performing over the weekend in Buguma Town, Asari-Toru LGA of the state.

The incident, which led to a stampede, disrupted the event as music lovers at the venue scampered for safety.

Some reports had claimed that the gunshot scare was a kidnap attempt on the ‘Case’ crooner.

But in a post via her Instagram story, Teni said the stampede was due to a fight at the event venue, not a kidnap attempt.

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