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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Horror! Popular Singer Sets Social Media on Fire After Exposing Her Private Part Live on Stage (Photos)

A popular female singer has stunned her fans after accidentally showing them much more than they bargained for on stage.

Faith Evans is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, actress, and author.

Born in Florida and raised in New Jersey, Evans is regarded to be one of the most successful female music artists in America.

Recently, Faith Evans shocked concert-goers by accidentally flashing her private part on stage, and caused jaws to drop around the world as the footage continues to circulate on Twitter.

According to The Sun UK, the 43-year-old American singer-songwriter was performing at a Bad Boy Reunion gig in Boston on Saturday when the serious wardrobe malfunction occurred.

She was in the middle of singing her R&B classic single You Used To Love Me when she pulled up the skirt to avoid tripping.

Unfortunately the hit singer showed her privates as she lifted the hem up too high as she continued to groove with the song.

Of course, Twitter went absolutely mad.

One Twitter user wrote: “The lovely @faithevans Had a Stage Slip up. So what. I love her more Now.”

Another commented: “How in the hell did I miss Faith Evans wardrobe misfuction?[sic]”

And some were relieved after initially being alarmed that the singer was trending.

One wrote: “I saw Faith Evans trending and had heart palpitations cause I thought we lost her.

“I dont [sic] even care about her wardrobe mishap.”

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