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Rapper Flo Rida Says After ‘Epic’ Israel Concert: ‘I Can’t Wait to Return’

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Flo Rida in concert in 2012. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

American rapper Flo Rida called his concert in Israel’s Rishon Lezion Live Park on Thursday night “epic,” and told his Instagram followers he was looking forward to being back in the Jewish state in the near future.

“I fed off the people’s energy throughout the night,” the Grammy-nominated performer said about his concert. “Can’t wait to return…Until then stay prayed up and count your blessings.”

He also said Israeli singer Shiri Maimon, who joined him on stage during the show, was “a gift to me and the people.”

Ahead of his concert, the “Low” singer toured Israel and visited Jerusalem and the Dead Sea, among other locations. He shared photos from all the stops on Instagram and said, “How can you not be different after experiencing the #HolyLand.”

Another First. Walking in the footsteps of Jesus Christ in the Holy City of #Jerusalem. Looking forward to showing you more during the #Low10Tour but you can (Swipe Left) for some of the highlights of my journey to the Holy City with my #StrongArm • Photo 1 – standing atop the #MountOfOlives • Photo 2 – where Jesus’ body was washed after the crucifixion in preparation for the burial • Photo 3 – the imprint of Jesus’ hand as he looked for a place to rest on his way to Calvary • Photo 4 – At the tomb where Jesus was buried • Photo 5 – With the StrongArm Team • Photo 6 – Dead Sea behind me • Photo 7 – Keep Perspective • Photo 8 – Holy Sepulchre Church Keeper of the Tomb• Photo 9 – Spot where Simon of Cyrene rendered aid to Jesus on his way to Calvary • • Photo 10 – How can you not be different after experiencing the #HolyLand

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