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UCC Students Allegedly Attack Kelvyn Boy On Their Main Campus Over ‘Short Performance’

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Ghanaian singer Kelvyn Boy known in real life as Kelvyn Brown has been attacked by some angry University of Cape Coast (UCC) students over the weekend.

Reports of the incident which are springing up on social media along with a videotape showed some paroxysms late in the night.

Kelvynboy was seen being taunted by some displeased scholars of UCC over his decision to perform beforehand and leave Cape Coast.

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Social media reports have it that Kelvynboy was billed to perform at University of Cape Coast’s 60th-anniversary launch.

Still, the Down Flat chorister had inversely been reserved for an event at the University of Professional Studies, Accra.

So in a shot to satisfy both parties, Kelvynboy went to the lot of UCC first to perform so as to rush back as presto as possible to Accra to exhilaration the UPSA scholars.

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Kelvynboy’s plans weren’t satisfactory enough for the scholars of UCC who felt displeased that he wanted to perform early which isn’t noted forA-list artistes ( noted for coming on stage nearly at the end).

As a result, the students of UCC averted Kelvynboy from leaving as was seen in the videotape which is circulating on social media.

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It took some security help to calm down the maddened crowd who weren’t backing down until their demands were met.

Kelvynboy was latterly released to go after the university students were told that they were going to be gentled.

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