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Mya was sexy, Ginuwine gave his all while 112 just croaked – PHOTOS

The much-awaited show of the year went down on Saturday at the Water Front Ngong Racecourse.

American musicians who are celebrated for their early 90’s hits Mya, Ginuwine and 112 took their Nairobi fans by storm.

It was a case of major throw backs as hits such as ‘Case of the Ex’, ‘In those jeans’ and ‘Cupid’ were brought back to life at The Plot concert, which was organised by the Property Reality Company (PRC) –the same organizers who brought Dru Hill last year.

However, Ginuwine could not show his sexy abs which made him famous during his heydays.

Ginuwine gave his all at The Plot concert. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
Ginuwine gave his all at The Plot concert. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

SEXY MYA

Mya went all out sexy and she proved to be the only lady in the show for the night as she showcased her sexy side that she is known for.

PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

She performed some of her old hits and also borrowed others from other 90’s stars like Lauryn Hill and also performed a few songs with a Kenyan guitarist.

PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

Her best moment was when she sang her Grammy award winning song Lady Marmalade in a skimpy outfit and all the men who had a crush on her back in the day finally got value for their money.

PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

However, 112 who had a member missing with no explanation, were a disappointment as age showed.

Their moves, which made them famous in the 90’s were lacking, same as their voices as you could tell from the disappointment of the audience.

PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

112 FAILED MISERABLY

They kept screaming and trying to hit the perfect note which failed miserably, leaving many of their fans covering their ears.

PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

The man of the night was Ginuwine and the ‘Pony‘ singer gave his all. His show was as expected. At one point, he took a white towel and wiped himself of his sweat and put it on the floor and dry humped it then threw it to the women who were shouting his name.

PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

Journalists were kept at bay from the VVIP area as one of the event sponsors was XS Millionaires club, which is known to have strippers at their famous club.

To get to the VVIP section, one had to shell out Sh20,000, which was sold out within three weeks after the show was announced, according to the organisers.

The Plot organisers told Nairobi News that this will be an annual event as they try and reach to the people who loved the 90’s and want to invest.