Gyakie, a Ghanaian Music Sensation, Cancels Concerts In Paris And The UK Because Of Health Issues

Johnny Doe

Gyakie, a performer from Ghana, apologized to her fans in Paris and the UK for canceling her future concerts later this month.

Gyakie revealed on social media that she has decided to put her health first before accepting any new commitments due to her present state of illness.

Gyakie stressed the importance of putting her well-being first despite her unwillingness to cancel the events.

She told the audience that the tickets they had already bought would still be good, and that she would soon announce a new date for the rescheduled performances.

Gyakie expressed her sincere gratitude to her followers in an Instagram story, writing,

“My lovely people, your girl is not well, fighting everything to get better for my shows this week but I can’t fight myself no matter how hard I try. Hate to postpone but all purchased tickets are valid for the new dates which will be communicated in no time. However, I hope to be fit enough to see y’all at the festivals I’ll be performing at. I luv you.”


Among the canceled performances is the Gyakie Live in UK concert that was scheduled for May 18 at Gorilla Manchester.

Her shows at the LaFayette in London on May 19, the O2 Institute in Birmingham on May 20, and the concert in Paris on May 26 have all been canceled as a result of her poor health.