The current Afronation Portugal festival has descended into violence after Electro Mirror, the manager of Ghanaian musician Gyakie, got into a heated argument with local security forces.

The event that happened on Thursday night was posted online by George Mensah Britton, the manager and publicist for Camidoh.

Eyewitness statements from the scene indicate that Mirror was sent to the hospital for emergency care as a result of the altercation.

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According to those with knowledge of the situation, the altercation started because Mirror and the authorities disagreed about his admission to the location.

 Gyakie was permitted entry to the gathering, but Mirror, regrettably, was not.

The altercation shocked and upset festival goers and business professionals who had gathered to celebrate and take in the acts at Afronation Portugal.

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Social media users also expressed their opinions on the incident on a variety of platforms. Some called the incident a “racist attack,” while others denounced Geroge Britton and urged him to remove the video.

While this story was being written, George Britton used social media to give worried fans and followers an update and reassure them that Mirror’s status is stable and that he is getting the proper medical attention.

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Mirror is currently in great shape! Party goes on,” he wrote on Facebook. The Afronation Portugal celebrations have continued in spite of this unfortunate tragedy, and spectators have persisted in relishing the acts and fun.

Gyakie, Camidoh, and Black Sheriff are just a few of the incredibly brilliant performers that will grace the stage and dazzle the audience during the event, which will take place at the PRAIA DA ROCHA, PORTIMAO, THE ALGARVE in. Portugal


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