Burna Boy Concert Drama Continues As Fraud Case Allegedly Opened Against Organiser, Mzansi Ignited

Burna Boy Concert Drama Continues As Fraud Case Allegedly Opened Against Organiser, Mzansi Ignited

  • The plot thickens as more drama unfolds in the now-failed Burna Boy concert saga
  • It's alleged that one of the organisers, Sedote Nwachukwu, had a fraud case opened against him by his business partner, Gregory Wings
  • On the other hand, it appears Wings was already outed as a "known fraud" for sabotaging the concert, Mzansi had a field day when the news dropped
Gregory Wings opened a fraud case against Sedote Nwachukwu over the Burna Boy concert
Details are unfolding around the Burna Boy concert as event organiser, Gregory Wings, opened a fraud case against his business partner, Sedote Nwachukwu. Images: blameitong, burnaboygram, ceosedote
Source: Instagram

To think Mzansi had moved on from the canned Burna Boy concert, but it keeps coming back with more drama. It's alleged that the reason behind the failed concert was not low ticket sales after all, but one of the organisers allegedly running away with money - millions to be exact!

It looks to be deeper than rap as both organisers, Gregory Wings and Sedote Nwachukwu are seemingly pointing fingers at one another over the failed concert.

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Fraud case opened for Burna Boy concert organiser

More drama is unfolding in the Burna Boy concert saga. It's reported that one of the concert's organisers, American businessman Gregory Wings has opened a case of fraud against his business partner, Sedote Nwachukwu.

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This follows the failed Burna Boy concert which was meant to take place on 23 September 2023 and later postponed to 16 December. As reported by ZiMoja, Wings entrusted his partner with $1.6M (R290M) for the concert, only for Nwachukwu to take off with it and leave Wings to face the music.

Wings is said to have opened a case of fraud against Nwachukwu and has now had his bank accounts frozen.

Netizens gave their thoughts on the issue:

dineonestaSA said:

"I'm glad it was opened because he can't get away with such money!"

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_mabane was relieved:

"At least his accounts are frozen."

sliez0 said:

"I don't see you guys getting your ticket refunds from these people."

Ternary Media Group weighs in on failed concert

In another plot twist, it seems Mr Wings faced some allegations of his own, also for fraud. According to Ternary Media Group, the American businessman is said to be a "known fraudster" who willingly sabotaged the Burna Boy concert.

In the Instagram post, the company revealed that Wings opened bank accounts and sold over 6K tickets, further clearing Sedote Nwachukwu of the above allegations:

"Ternary Media Group announces that Mr Gregory Wings (BlameitonG), a known fraudster in the USA that served 10 years for fraud, willingly sabotaged the Burna Boy show that was to be held on September 23rd, 2023.
"To date, Mr Greg Wings opened up bank accounts and collected over 6,000 tickets that were printed and collected by him at Ticketpro and to date, none of those funds have been recovered. All allegations made against Mr Sedote Nwachukwu are false."

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However, Wings managed to clear his name. Speaking to Briefly News, the businessman's legal team revealed that Wings has been complying with the law since his arrest on 2 October:

"My client was arrested on 2 October at the TicketPro offices. He's being silenced though he is trying to comply as he feels he was scammed by Sedote. He is being falsely reported in the media. We'll be going to court soon."

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In a recent report, Briefly News caught online reactions to Nota Baloyi weighing in on the AKA and Burna Boy feud, saying he experienced it first-hand. However, not many were convinced by the music exec's tall tale:

muzi_mzee said:

"Wena you always there... hah somanga."

Source: Briefly News

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