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With All Due Respect, I’m Disappointed – Camidoh Blasts TV3 Over Technical Glitches During His Performance



Fast-rising Ghanaian musician and lyricist, Camidoh is clearly unhappy over a recent issue that occurred on the premises of TV3.
The Sugarcane hitmaker, who appeared to perform at the final of the maiden edition of a live reality TV show organized by TV3, dubbed The Perfect Match Live Extra, expressed his dissatisfaction in what he describes as a lack of diligence by people in certain quarters of the television station to work.
Hours after Camidoh’s performance on Sunday, July 9, 2023, the singer left a cryptic message with broken-hearted emojis on Twitter, causing people to wonder what was wrong with him or what compelled him to post such words on his official social media platform.
The singer would, however, not go further with the details of his post till today when the he opened up by calling out TV3 for a production glitch.
In a series of tweets, Camidoh revealed how sound production resulted in the abrupt downgrade of his performance on stage.
“Dear @tv3_ghana ya’ll are family fr fr and so I’ll keep it real with ya’ll …The sound production for my performance last night was so poor, literally no one could enjoy it!!! E pain me!!!”
“Was as if no one was in the monitor room.. My voice was literally blasting & My backing vocalist was sounding way louder than me-lead artist.. how??? @tv3_ghana this is painful tbh especially at this level of my journey”.
“With all due respect I’m disappointed.. but yes we can & should do better as a people! This type of situations can mess up an artiste’s brand entirely!”
“This is live tv, if ur placed there to do a job, do it with all diligence so the the name of the whole org is not dragged tru mud!” his Tweet read.
Camidoh expressed his frustration at all the sudden turn of events despite the efforts he put into appearing for soundcheck to ensure everything went according to plan, only to be disappointed in the long run.

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