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Akon crowd surfs in bubble crowd surf ball during African concert

Author : AFO Date : 12/24/2014 11:23:41 PM
Hip-hop star Akon used a giant hamster ball to crowd surf at a Sunday concert in Democratic Republic of the Congo. Some fans suspected the orb was an elaborate tactic to avoid Ebola.Akon singing in a crowd surf ball in Democratic Republic Of Cango.
As parts of Africa battle a grave Ebola crisis, rapper Akon performed in Democratic Republic of Congo — inside of a crowd surf ballTwitter users have accused the hip hop star of donning the crowd surf ball during Sunday's concert in crowd surf ball as a means of protecting himself from the virus that's killed more than 3,000 people.But Akon probably wasn't protecting himself from the deadly disease. He has used the giant crowd surf ball at a number of concerts, including 2010 gigs in Australia andDubai — four years and thousands of miles away from the 2014 Ebola outbreak.The crowd surf ball makes crowd surfing easier, and the "Smack That" rhymer only wore it while tumbling through the audience, not during his on-stage performance.Akon has not commented on the matter of using crowd surf ball.
Still, the crowd surf ball stunt hasn't stopped fans' fury about the alleged Ebola-prevention tactic.
"The organisers of that concert need to whooped. So crowd surf ball protect Akon, the crowd surf ball can share Ebola amongst themselves for all u care," one Twitter user vented.Others light-heartedly joked about the massive crowd surf ball.
"I need that crowd surf ball Akon was rolling in to avoid catching ebola," another Twitter user wrote. "I'm going to work in it!!"
Akon only used the ball when he crowd surfed, not for his on-stage performance.
Akon only used the crowd surf ball when he crowd surfed, not for his on-stage performance.
The major 2014 Ebola outbreak is centered in three West African countries: Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. More than 7,100 cases have been reported in those countries and 3,330 of those were deadly.
A second, smaller outbreak has sickened 70 in Democratic Republic of Congo. Forty-two people have died in the Central African country.
Akon was born in Missouri, but spent much of his childhood in Senegal, a west African country he calls him "hometown."
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