Jamaican dancehall superstar Sean Paul and Senegal-American rap star Akon last week stroke a pivotal chord when they spoke about Human Rights in the impoverish nation.
Akon blast the Zimbabwe police officers for violating the rights of the people and for roughing up patrons at the concert.
Immediately after he got on stage in the early hours of last week Sunday, Akon started by telling the overzealous police officers to “stop it.”
“Police stop swinging those batons onto my fans,” said an enraged Akon repeatedly.
“I want to meet with my fans so move the barricades forward and let them come closer.”
Sean Paul kept on reminding Zimbabweans to continue fighting for their human rights and used his now famous beliefs in freedom of expression to rally the strong crowd to fight for human rights.
“Hello Zimbabwe, those who value human life can I have your hands up,” Sean Paul told the crowd and suddenly every hand was up.
“We have to fight for our rights Zimbabwe.”
Sean Paul also did a rendition of Bob Marley famous song Zimbabwe that send chills throughout the 30,000 strong patrons at the concert.