Author Topic: Emeneya defending Werrason against Wemba + Mpangi egale Mpangi  (Read 2748 times)

50 on: October 16, 2013, 23:57

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Emeneya defending Werrason against Wemba, who attacked him in the song Maria of the album Fula Ngenge. Saying 3:34 kala te nakosomba nzamba(soon I will buy the forest)

Because of that, Emeneya reacted in the beginging of the song Washington with petit frere propre Ngiama "Roi de La Foret" mopaya akoki kosomba nzamba te (lil' bro they can't but the forest)


At this time Emeneya and Werrason had a good relation. They were visited each much and were always dedicating each other at a tv-shows. Same thing with Marie Paul and Emeneya & Marie Paul and Werrason. Emeneya saw Werra as his lil'bro. Notice that they are all from the same province Bandundu. Because of that they helped each other. It was called "Mpangi egale a Mpangi" pact (a Mpangi is equal to a Mpangi). But this pact didn't stand long. Werra did forget his big bro Emeneya since he brought the eclipse in 2001 and his relation with Marie Paul became bad when he stole his fame, which Emeneya gived to him. Emeneya's relation with Marie Paul came also to a end when Marie Paul discovered that Emeneya did sleep with his wife.
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archos #1 on: October 17, 2013, 00:29

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hahahaah never paid attention to that,there was a lot of attacks in those years
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50 #2 on: October 17, 2013, 00:45

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aah ouais...
many journalists did profit about that.
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archos #3 on: October 17, 2013, 01:06

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This gives me the idea of a topic with some of the most famous attacks and explains in english for those who dont understand lingala
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50 #4 on: October 17, 2013, 01:17

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