Brandy plays show for 40 people at 90,000 capacity stadium

The R'n'B singer appeared at FNB Stadium in South Africa to a tiny crowd

Brandy plays show for 40 people at 90,000 capacity stadium

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Brandy reportedly played a concert at a 90,000 capacity stadium to a crowd of just 40 people.

The show, which took place over the weekend (August 17) at FNB Stadium in South Africa, was part of the Nelson Mandela Sport and Culture Day. FACT reports that the majority of the crowd left before Brandy appeared onstage, as they were not aware that she was performing. In the end, the R&B singer only played two songs.

Singer Kabomo tweeted after the event, alleging that Brandy 'sulked' because of the poor turn-out. He wrote:



He added: "People didn't know there was a concert after the games. No one knew Brandy was around. Maybe a 40 people audience."

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