Author Topic: FANS REACT TO BOITE NOIRE IN KINSHASA  (Read 2893 times)

archos on: July 26, 2013, 21:29

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SLY PAPA NA KEVIN #1 on: July 26, 2013, 22:47

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Hahahaha,that guy seating down has made laugh on the issue of  ''PD'' and ''alataka string'' kiekiekie
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archos #2 on: July 28, 2013, 11:30

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ahahah yeh
 there is also another guy who claimed boite noire was already sold  5 billion times hahaha
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SLY PAPA NA KEVIN #3 on: July 28, 2013, 13:03

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@archos said:
ahahah yeh
 there is also another guy who claimed boite noire was already sold  5 billion times hahaha

Hahahaha,i think the CD has sold really well,the polemic is working.
But what is the case with the combattants,have they now decided to let the musicians like Ferre carry on with their music,last year they didn't want anyone buying music from the Paris and Brussels music stores but on Boite Noire we saw the queues of people buying the album at Chateu Rouge etc and people were getting minimum 2 CD's each,it's promising,hope the musicians will be allowed to play concerts in peace in Europe.
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archos #4 on: July 28, 2013, 14:04

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<cite>@Sylvester said:</cite>
Hahahaha,i think the CD has sold really well,the polemic is working.
But what is the case with the combattants,have they now decided to let the musicians like Ferre carry on with their music,last year they didn't want anyone buying music from the Paris and Brussels music stores but on Boite Noire we saw the queues of people buying the album at Chateu Rouge etc and people were getting minimum 2 CD's each,it's promising,hope the musicians will be allowed to play concerts in peace in Europe.


people are slowly starting to be hypocrites yes but there are still many radical combattants,who keep posting videos like" fally is not allowed to come to france","jb mpiana wanted" "werrason wanted" and many people who comment it seem to agree
 you know, the more times goes on the more the real reasons of their war against musicians
for example,some gave their money for mabanga and never heard their name and several times,some had their woman of husband who slept with musicians and stuff like that
the last time i went to chateau rouge,there were journalist interviewing people in streets and some people clearly said "we have peace now in our couples since musicians do not tour anymore and are forced to come here in maximum discretion"
i thought at least marie paul who sung for tshisekedi in the campaign would be allowed and even sponsored by them to honour him but nothin,marie paul is disappointed
anyway,time will tell i hope ot will continue cooling down ilke it has done the last weeks,three years ia enought
its time to move on
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