The much touted Busy Signal Bulawayo show ended prematurely before the Jamaican artist could take the stage after some hooligans threw missiles onto the performance stage following protests by Winky D over poor sound system.

It was supposed to be a Friday with a difference as Kalawa Entertainment had brought one of the most sought after Jamaican artist Busy Signal but the ‘Hoza Friday’ euphoria was dampened after some rowdy elements threw missiles on the stage to force the abandonment of the show.

The fans who had parted with at least US$10 for the lowest ticket for the star studded show had an otherwise promising night which turned busy around two in the morning as disgruntled fans disrupted the show following local gaffer president Winky D complaints to have the sound sorted before he could proceed with his performance.

Even the South African based songstress Busisa Mtimukulu could not even take to the stage.

After the organisers had promised fans that the event was to start at seven evening the night only saw Killer T and Sandra Ndebele stealing the show before Winky D’s disapproval of the sound quality.

The Jamaican reggae artist will now take his show to Harare this Saturday (today) evening leaving most Bulawayo fans’ dream to ever seeing Busy Signal live still confined in dreamland.