Big Boi Backup Singer Doesn’t Want to Play in “Sandusky Land” for Movin’ On
In what could probably be classified as the dumbest move on social media today, Big Boi backup singer Keisha Jackson (@keishajackson) tweeted and Facebooked that she was shaking her head and is “still pissed” about playing at “Sandusky Land” today mere hours before she is set to take the stage at the annual Movin’ On music festival.
Jackson will take the stage today with rapper Big Boi at 8 p.m. if you care to venture into “Sandusky Land” for the concert. Jackson is the daughter of legendary soul singer Millie Jackson and has worked with the likes of Whitney Houston on tracks.
She has since removed the insensitive tweets and post and apologized after the force that is Penn State social media came down on her for the remarks.
But in all seriousness, Movin’ On is actually being held today in University Park (not Sandusky Land), and you there’s something for everyone. Check it out if you get a chance — it’s always a good time.
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