And Tinchy Stryder vents his anger after failing to win
Kelly Rowland has slammed organisers of the Mobo Awards after poor sound hampered her performance of hit single ‘When Love Takes Over’.
The former Destiny’s Child singer momentarily stopped at the beginning of her performance of the track – a collaboration with David Guetta – as she took to the stage at the ceremony in Glasgow last night (September 30).
She later posted on Twitter.com/kelly__rowland: “OK. So, I’m at the Mobos and getting ready to have a GREAT show with David and the Mobos F’d my sound up!!!!! PISSED!!!!!
“I wanted you guys to be the 1st to hear it from me! rehearsals. were fine. soundcheck. was fine. performance, was a struggle at 1st. HONESTLY, that just makes me work harder! But, what I will say is the Mobos owe me an apology!!!! I was LIVID after the show!”
He said: “So I didn’t win a Mobo after havin da highest selling urban single of the year and sellin over 1million singles this year, cool. F the Mobos.”
N-Dubz and JLS were the big Mobo winners on the night, both scooping two awards each.