Eemoh Falls on Stage While Performing Hit Amapiano Song ‘Sgudi Snyc’, SA Reacts: “It’s the Glasses”

Eemoh Falls on Stage While Performing Hit Amapiano Song ‘Sgudi Snyc’, SA Reacts: “It’s the Glasses”

  • Eemoh took an unexpected fall on stage during a performance of his hit amapiano song, Sgudi Snyc
  • The viral video prompted a range of reactions from netizens who implied it was the glasses which distracted him
  • Just recently, Eemoh also trended after a fan cried hysterically when she met him

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Amapiano singing sensation Eemoh landed flat on his back during a performance at a recent gig.

Eemoh falls on stage during his performance.
Eemoh's performance of 'Sgudi Snyc' was interrupted by an unexpected fall. Image: @eemoh
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Video of Eemoh falling trends

The Mas'thokoze hitmaker recently fell on stage, and the incident was caught on tape. The new kid on the block seemed a bit distracted as he also took his time getting up.

Eemoh was singing the hit amapiano song, Sgudi Snyc, when he suddenly fell.

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X (Twitter) user @Maluda012 shared the video with the caption, "Eemoh fell on stage."

Despite his mishap, Eemoh is still in high spirits about his career.

The Masithokoze hitmaker spoke to Briefly News journalist Moroba Moroeng about his upcoming event, Purple Winter, saying fans are in for a good time:

"For Purple Winter, fans can expect good music, good vibes and different acts since it’s not only the Piano artist on the lineup. We have Sjava, Blaq Diamond, even Usmamane on the hip hop side, so there are different levels of excitement."

Eemoh exclusively told the publication that he has new music on the way:

"I am dropping a single before the event. I can’t say more about it at the moment."

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Mzansi pokes fun at Eemoh's fall

The trending clip stirred a range of responses from peeps who suggested that Eemoh was probably intoxicated during his performance. Others blamed his glasses, seeing that his performance was at night and the shades were dim.

@Kaizermoemi3 shared:

"They drink too much these boys and wear sunglasses at night."

@Nigel_Mang replied:

"I thought he was about to bust a killer dance move. But anyway, that guy is high."

@Ashie_kid said:

"It has to be those sunglasses."

Eemoh responds to fan crying when she met him

Also making the headlines was Eemoh, who was approached by a fan who cried hysterically upon meeting him.

Responding to the clip, Eemoh shared with Briefly News how this is reaffirming that he is on the right track.

"When any of my fans cry in front of me, it shows me that I’m really a star. It makes me feel even more appreciated as an artist. So, I was excited to witness that."

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CPUT graduate falls on stage

In a previous report from Briefly News, a woman from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) fell on stage during her graduation. In the TikTok video, the lady returns to the stage, and the crowd cheers her up most amazingly.

The clip touched peeps as they flooded the comments section with heartwarming messages.

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Jessica Gcaba (Entertainment editor) Jessica Gcaba is an Entertainment Editor for Briefly News (joined in 2023). She is a Journalism graduate from the Durban University Of Technology (2019). She has 4 years of experience as an Entertainment and Lifestyle Journalist at Africa New Media Group writing for ZAlebs website. She passed a set of trainings from Google News Initiative. To reach her, contact: