Teniola Apata, also known as Teni, has said that the gunshot scare that disrupted her performance in Rivers State, could’ve been a different story.
In a viral video which surfaced on Sunday, Teni fled the event which held at Buguma Town, Asari-Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State.
Reacting to the incident on her Instagram yesterday, she stated that it could’ve been a different story.
She wrote: “It could have been a different story entirely but I’m grateful to God.
“Myself and entire team are safe and back home now. Thanks for the calls and messages.”
The A-list female artiste, known for her hit song ‘Your Case’ was performing another hit ‘Super Power’ when gunshot rent the air, sending everyone scampering for safety, as seen in a viral video.
Grace Iringe-Koko, acting spokesman for the state police command, in a statement confirmed the incident but said Teni was rescued by security operatives unhurt.
The statement read: “She was invited for a carnival where she was performing; some miscreants started throwing stones and all that. But the police and other security agencies were on ground to ensure nothing happened. The command has started investigation into the incident to ascertain what really happened.
“The police division there in Buguma has been mandated to fish out those behind the attack. We will ensure they are brought to book.”