I can fill O2 arena in London, 20,000-capacity venue small – Patapaa brags

I can fill O2 arena in London, 20,000-capacity venue small – Patapaa brags

Ghanaian musician Patapaa has recently addressed critics who doubted his ability to fill London’s Indigo at The O2 arena, confidently stating that the venue’s 2,800 seats are not enough for his growing fanbase.

After Medikal’s successful concert at the same venue two weeks ago, the “One Corner” hitmaker, Justice Amoa offstage, expressed his belief in surpassing previous accomplishments.

In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, he declared, “My team and I are determined to make it happen. We will fill the Indigo at The O2. My fans all over Europe, especially those in the UK, have been eagerly awaiting that day.”

While there have been concerns about potential overcrowding due to limited space, Patapaa remains undeterred, stating, “There have been numerous offers from promoters, but I am only interested in Ghanaian promoters because I want it to be done our way.”

In addition to discussing his upcoming project, Patapaa also addressed critics who have questioned his talent and downplayed his rise to fame.

Describing his critics as uninformed, he expressed his resolve to challenge negative perceptions and showcase his value in the music industry, emphasizing his efforts to dispel misconceptions and educate those who do not recognize his talent.

Despite facing criticism, Patapaa remains steadfast in reshaping his image and establishing a lasting presence in the music industry.