Most popularly known for his hit song, “Nah Go Play,” Trinidadian soca artiste Marvin Davis better known as “Swappi” almost cost a woman her dignity on stage recently at Unplugged Tuesday—The Summer Series held at Woodford Cafe.
Here’s an excerpt of the Trinidad Guardian story:
The short, white strapless jersey material dress the willing patrons wore, raised past her belly button revealing her designer undies. By this time Swappi had her back against his chest. Her feet were still off the ground. He was gyrating. But under the circumstances things threatened to get dangerously hardcore as the lone item of garment covering her “private part” started to shift, to go public. Patrons gasped. Thankfully, when things looked like they were heading for sure disaster, Swappi set her down.
No one could deduce the rationale behind Swappi’s attention-getting stunt, which caused many in attendance reflections of the raunchy Danah Alleyne and Akon saga at another popular night spot four years ago. Minutes later, his (Swappi’s) manager Marlon Grant told the T&T Guardian that the incident on stage was not planned. “Honest. It wasn’t. Even I was caught by surprise,” he said, chuckling. Swappi’s appearance on the night’s playbill formed part of a variety showcase which included performances from K-Rich, Flippa and Mark Hardy.”
We hope the clueless fan is doing ok.
This past Tuesday, Fay Ann Lyons performed at the Unplugged Tuesday—The Summer Series.