Nigerian recording artiste, Teni has published a video on her Instagram page to confirm that she will not be continuing with her concert in Rivers State.

There were report earlier that the singer absconded from stage after gunshots were fired during her performance in Port Harcourt on Sunday night, January 2.

Her bouncers were able to protect her as the mammoth crowd dispersed at the sound of the gunshot.

There were speculations that there was an attempt to kidnap the musician, albeit, the Rivers State Police Command (RSPC) confirmed that the allegations were false.

However, there was a shootout at the concert which was instigated by hoodlums in the Asari Toru Local Government Area of Port Harcourt.

Despite the intervention of security personnel at the event, numerous concertgoers were reportedly injured and taken to the clinic for treatment.

Following the pandemonium that occured, the singer has since taken to her Instagram account on Monday afternoon to reveal that she is leaving Rivers State.

Sharing the video on Instagram, she wrote: “I done japaaaa ooo ?? Yung duck”

Reacting to the incident, the singer took to her Instagram story on Monday to state 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.”