Darwin Hobbs, who graced this year’s Harvest Praise concert at the Accra International Conference Centre on Good Friday, March 29, believes that Chris Brown did not leave a good legacy during his performance in the country.
Chris Brown was alleged to have smoked “weed” on stage during his performance at the Hope City concert at the Accra Sports Stadium on March 5.
The act has received a lot of flak from civil society organizations and the general public. Notable voices that condemned the act included Minister of State and Member of Parliament for Wa Central, Rashid Pelpuo and Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, Most Reverend Charles Palmer-Buckle.
Organizers of the concert, Charter House, categorically denied media reports that the music star smoked “weed” during his performance at the event. According to the events outfit, Chris Brown smoked a cigar, not marijuana.
Darwin Hobbs, known for several hits songs including He’s Able, giving his thoughts on the incident during an interview on TV3 said: “You brought Kush (weed) to a concert?”
“Who does that?” he further quizzed and added that: “Shame on you [Breezy],” for smoking on stage.
The police announced Monday, March 11 that they had commenced investigations into allegations that Chris Brown smoked “weed” on stage during his performance at the concert.