Poptren. Suara.com – Happy Asmara fell into a trance during a concert in Pasuruan, East Java. He screamed in the car until he hit himself in the head. The singer of the song Rungkad said he was possessed by a male spirit.
“So sir (a smart person) said something like this, if I’m not mistaken, ‘Le metuo le, handsome ngono. Do you know me ra?’ (You want to go out, son, how handsome, do you know me?),” wrote Happy Asmara, seen from his Instagram account, Friday (29/9/23).
During that trance, there was a smart person who treated Happy Asmara. The horror incident which coincided with Friday night was revealed by Happy Asmara through his Instagram Story upload. The singer from Kediri felt like he couldn’t control himself. He couldn’t focus and was confused.
At first, Happy Asmara admitted that he felt confused when performing the first three songs. He felt confused, but it wasn’t clear what he was confused about.
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“If I’m not mistaken, I still have 80% awareness of the first song, second third, even though I feel confused about what I want to see, what I want to do. I’m just confused and there’s no reason. I can still speak to the audience and be fluent (I still have a brain, right),” he said.
Until finally Happy Asmara’s condition got worse after he finished the gig. The 24 year old woman began not to recognize herself.
“I can still talk to him but it’s like that’s not me. My body suddenly became stiff and everything became really heavy. We know what we’re doing but we can’t control that,” he said.
After leaving the stage, the crew, who had noticed Happy Asmara’s strange behavior, immediately directed themselves to get into the car.
Judging from the video footage circulating on social media, when Happy Asmara was singing, the stage lights and screen suddenly went off.
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The audience began to realize that there was something odd about the dancer’s demeanor.