Chinese superstar Zheng Zheng and Liberian Hip-Co rapper, Jon Bricks, rocked fans during the second day of the “Diva Dream Alive” concert at Royal Plus International, but it was the Chinese superstar that stole the show with his fascinating performance.
Zheng Zheng amazed fans when his performance entered into a Chinese pop rapping style that was strange thus leaving fans screaming in excitement and dancing to the beat.
While the chemistry put together by the duo during the performance was amazing, the way they blended Liberian colloquia with the Chinese language was classic, and it was at this moment that the fans got themselves more involved.
However, Jon Bricks was able to battle the Chinese superstar with some electrifying performances that got the crowd screaming for more than 10 minutes.
The show opened with a terrific performance from international artists Alonzo, Young Classic and others.
At the end of the show, Zheng Zheng extended thank to fans for the kind gesture showed him. “I love you Liberian people,” Zheng Zheng said in excitement.
Meanwhile, during the third day of the event at Bernard’s beach, Jon Bricks and Zheng Zheng came very late: 30 minutes to the show’s ending time.
Also Jon Bricks and Zheng Zheng’s performance at the beach was not as epic as compared to the previous shows; the show failed to bring out even a single local headliner artist, as it was done at the previous concerts.
Some fans talked to expressed disbelief that the duo could not respect time, causing them not to enjoy the money they paid; and Bricks did not give any reason why the Zama Plus Foundation was not officially launched.
“I’m totally disappointed that these acclaimed artists could not be conscious of time. Some us came to the beach early knowing that the show could end at 6 p.m., but coming 30 minutes late for the show was totally unacceptable,” angry fans said.
Day 1 of the three-day concert went down at Club Gossip on February 12; Day 2 was at Royal Plus International in Paynesville on February 13; Day 3 went down at Bernard beach on February 14, Valentine’s Day.