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Omarion a no-show at Windhoek press conference

27/10/2017
by   Staff Writer 
Vibe

American RnB singer Omarion was a no-show at a scheduled press conference that took place at Windhoek's Grove Mall this afternoon.

The singer is scheduled to perform live at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek tonight. 

His manager told the press gathering that he is exhausted from his flight and will not be able to see the press before the show.

Omarion will share the stage with local stars such as Young T, Tate Buti, Swart Baster and TKB.