Author Topic: I never knew that they released a dvd of the Francophonie-concert  (Read 126 times)

mvulusi96 on: March 13, 2019, 16:11

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I never knew that they released a dvd of the Francophonie-festival at Stade des Martyrs. The producer must have lost alot of money by releasing that dvd. I remember the way the most people were against that concert, saying that it was legimitate Joseph Kabila's power. The festival was a big mess, Djo K claiming that Wenge Maison Mere stole their keyboard, people in the stadium complaining about the sound and wanting to enter the lawn but being forbidden by the presentators, King Kester Emeneya falling on stage, Zacharie Bababaswe accusing Jean Marie Kassamba for having stole the money who was meant to buy professional instruments in Europe claiming then that Kassamba rented the instruments from Brazzaville (meant for the Fespam-festival), Congolese bandleaders battling about performing first on stage (I know for what reason, must be something spiritual) and leaving then Stade des Martyrs which forced foreign artists like Petit Pays, Magic System, Meiway, etc. to perform in front of a empty Stade des Martyrs.

Drumstar98 #1 on: March 13, 2019, 21:04

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I never knew that they released a dvd of the Francophonie-festival at Stade des Martyrs. The producer must have lost alot of money by releasing that dvd. I remember the way the most people were against that concert, saying that it was legimitate Joseph Kabila's power. The festival was a big mess, Djo K claiming that Wenge Maison Mere stole their keyboard, people in the stadium complaining about the sound and wanting to enter the lawn but being forbidden by the presentators, King Kester Emeneya falling on stage, Zacharie Bababaswe accusing Jean Marie Kassamba for having stole the money who was meant to buy professional instruments in Europe claiming then that Kassamba rented the instruments from Brazzaville (meant for the Fespam-festival), Congolese bandleaders battling about performing first on stage (I know for what reason, must be something spiritual) and leaving then Stade des Martyrs which forced foreign artists like Petit Pays, Magic System, Meiway, etc. to perform in front of a empty Stade des Martyrs.

I really felt for Kester Emeneya falling on stage.