I Am Too Big For O2 Indigo, Its Too Small For My Show – Patapaa Brags

Ghanaian musician Patapaa has responded to critics who doubted his ability to fill the Indigo at The O2 arena in London, arguing that the 2,800-capacity venue is too small for his expanding fanbase.

After Medikal’s successful concert at the same venue two weeks earlier, the “One Corner” star, also known as Justice Amoa, expressed confidence in exceeding previous accomplishments.

In an interview with, he stated, “My team and I will make it happen.

We will fill the Indigo at The O2. My fans in Europe, especially the UK, have been eagerly anticipating this day.”

Patapaa rejected offers from non-Ghanaian promoters, insisting on working with Ghanaian promoters to ensure the event is done according to his preferences.

He also addressed critics who have questioned his talent and dismissed his success as luck, labeling them as ignorant.

He is determined to challenge negative perceptions and prove himself in the music industry.

Patapaa is focused on dispelling misconceptions about his career and educating those who fail to recognize his talent.


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