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Tee from Lake Arbor, Maryland
ERYKAH BADU' S PERFORMANCE WAS AMAZING
Erykah badu s lyrics is food for my soul . FatbellyBella is creative, talented and original . She was everything I expected her to be charismatic and funny. I love her even more now and look forward to her future works
Gale Foxx from Dallas, Texas
LIKE A FINE WINE, SHE ONLY GETS BETTER
Erykah Badu is a poet of words and MUSIC! Ms Badu’s unique style is mesmerizing and transporting. Her words, spirit, talent and heart shine through in every aspect of her performance. That combined with her humor, Dallas Realness and Humble heart made for a phenomenal concert! Thank you for sharing yourself on your Birthday! More than a Fan, I am a lovin kindred spirit! peace
Timothy Moore from Chicago, Illinois
NAS AND BADU WERE GREAT
Nas snapped. Did all my cuts except for Ether but I understand why-can't trip. Badu is the bomb and the African dance she did was nice. Whoever didn't like it doesn't understand Badu's true essence. Next time you come to Chicago Ms. Badu, please do "Back in the Day" Please!!!! On second thought if you did perform it I would have snapped, might have caught a case. Great time though
from Atlanta, Georgia
NOT FOR CHILDREN
I assumed the show was for all ages since there was no indicator on the ticket and Badu is a thought-provoking individual that I listen to in front of my child. However, there was an unnecessary amount of foul language, lewd remarks from the performers, particularly the Atlanta DJ and Goodie Mob, and copious amounts of marijuana. I did not know who Goodie Mob was until this concert. I assumed because they replaced Common, they'd be a close alternative. More so now I am beyond disappointed Common didn't perform. Why can't music just be what it is and not a reason to be inappropriate because you think it's funny? When Badu came on stage around 10:40 it was amazing. However, by that time, the smoke was thick and Atlanta had sang and inappropriately danced to every disgusting song it could from the 90's and 2000's thanks to the DJ and Goodie Mob, who kept having to stall time. So we left early. Talib Kweli was good also, but his performance was overshadowed by the other raunchiness.
Jacqueline Vega from Orlando, Florida
ERYKAH BADDU LATE AS USUAL
I was disappointed in the time it took for her to come out. Almost 3 hours . Then she didn’t sing 2 of my fav songs … Tyrone and Bag Lady. I saw ppl leaving early while she was still performing that was rude but deserving. I didn’t bc my fiancé was loving the show
Bob from Chicago, Illinois
SHE WAS OBVIOUSLY ON DRUGS
Nas opening was awesome! Badu was trash. I paid good money for her to start the show after an hour intermission from the opening act. Then she came out and sang a bunch of songs that nobody ever heard before. Then she stopped singing for a while and flopped around the stage. Many people started leaving early and the remaining ones were uninterested in her poor performance. Was very disappointed with this show.
Mrs. Morris from San Francisco, California
2 HOURS LATE!?!?!?!
Erykah was two hours late?! My husband and I left because we were tired of waiting and standing around. This is unacceptable behavior towards the fans...There were no flight delays or traffic in San Francisco at the time.... No excuse!!! We all don't have time to waste. Very disappointed.
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