Author Topic: KOFFI'S CONCERT IN MONROVIA FOR GEORGE WEAH  (Read 489 times)

Matebu on: October 12, 2017, 06:02

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Cindy's back to her full duties as first lady ;D

CM PRINCE #1 on: October 12, 2017, 09:23

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Cindy's back to her full duties as first lady ;D
For f**k sake  :(

Ken Bilele #2 on: October 12, 2017, 10:14

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.

Matebu #3 on: October 12, 2017, 14:31

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.

Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Toolz #4 on: October 12, 2017, 15:20

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.
 
Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Matebu, we all know Koffi's ways and we need not act ignorant about that. Ken Bilele is just wishing he would do more positives than the negatives and that would make him become a very strong positive influence in Africa going by his pedigree. He is loved by many ....but too many negatives. Thank God, Ken is a Koffi fan too. He is just being objective.

Matebu #5 on: October 12, 2017, 15:45

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.
 
Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Matebu, we all know Koffi's ways and we need not act ignorant about that. Ken Bilele is just wishing he would do more positives than the negatives and that would make him become a very strong positive influence in Africa going by his pedigree. He is loved by many ....but too many negatives. Thank God, Ken is a Koffi fan too. He is just being objective.

I was not assuming ignorance. Just wanted to highlight that if he truly had no "strong influence" no powerful politician would be calling him offering $200k plus contracts (his requirement) to perform at their rallies and private political party dinners.

Obviously he's been in the news for negative events, but he's been teflon (for some reason) for decades - the general public forgets over time. Had certain events stuck, he career would've ended a number of years ago.

Toolz #6 on: October 12, 2017, 16:09

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.
 
Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Matebu, we all know Koffi's ways and we need not act ignorant about that. Ken Bilele is just wishing he would do more positives than the negatives and that would make him become a very strong positive influence in Africa going by his pedigree. He is loved by many ....but too many negatives. Thank God, Ken is a Koffi fan too. He is just being objective.

I was not assuming ignorance. Just wanted to highlight that if he truly had no "strong influence" no powerful politician would be calling him offering $200k plus contracts (his requirement) to perform at their rallies and private political party dinners.

Obviously he's been in the news for negative events, but he's been teflon (for some reason) for decades - the general public forgets over time. Had certain events stuck, he career would've ended a number of years ago.
 
Saying he has "been teflon"(for some reason) for decades is what I do not get....Are you trying to say with all the negatives and controversies surrounding him, he is actually doing the right thing that is why his "character is undamageable"?

Matebu #7 on: October 12, 2017, 16:15

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.
 
Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Matebu, we all know Koffi's ways and we need not act ignorant about that. Ken Bilele is just wishing he would do more positives than the negatives and that would make him become a very strong positive influence in Africa going by his pedigree. He is loved by many ....but too many negatives. Thank God, Ken is a Koffi fan too. He is just being objective.

I was not assuming ignorance. Just wanted to highlight that if he truly had no "strong influence" no powerful politician would be calling him offering $200k plus contracts (his requirement) to perform at their rallies and private political party dinners.

Obviously he's been in the news for negative events, but he's been teflon (for some reason) for decades - the general public forgets over time. Had certain events stuck, he career would've ended a number of years ago.
 
Saying he has "been teflon"(for some reason) for decades is what I do not get....Are you trying to say with all the negatives and controversies surrounding him, he is actually doing the right thing that is why his "character is undamageable"?

No, he's gotten away with scandals that would otherwise crush anyone else's career permanently. Whether its an African, European, or American artist... it's takes a certain level of fame (career artistic production) to be immune to the effects of scandals

Toolz #8 on: October 12, 2017, 16:17

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.
 
Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Matebu, we all know Koffi's ways and we need not act ignorant about that. Ken Bilele is just wishing he would do more positives than the negatives and that would make him become a very strong positive influence in Africa going by his pedigree. He is loved by many ....but too many negatives. Thank God, Ken is a Koffi fan too. He is just being objective.

I was not assuming ignorance. Just wanted to highlight that if he truly had no "strong influence" no powerful politician would be calling him offering $200k plus contracts (his requirement) to perform at their rallies and private political party dinners.

Obviously he's been in the news for negative events, but he's been teflon (for some reason) for decades - the general public forgets over time. Had certain events stuck, he career would've ended a number of years ago.
 
Saying he has "been teflon"(for some reason) for decades is what I do not get....Are you trying to say with all the negatives and controversies surrounding him, he is actually doing the right thing that is why his "character is undamageable"?

No, he's gotten away with scandals that would otherwise crush anyone else's career permanently. Whether its an African, European, or American artist... it's takes a certain level of fame (career artistic production) to be immune to the effects of scandals

True that! I get you.

Ken Bilele #9 on: October 15, 2017, 19:35

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If Koffi would be having good manners he would easily have strong influence in Africa. He would go planting presidents in all countries.
 
Not sure what you're getting at, he already does. In recent he's performed on behalf of candidates and incumbents in Zimbabwe, CIV, Liberia, Cameroon, Angola, Congo Brazza, to name a few.

Matebu, we all know Koffi's ways and we need not act ignorant about that. Ken Bilele is just wishing he would do more positives than the negatives and that would make him become a very strong positive influence in Africa going by his pedigree. He is loved by many ....but too many negatives. Thank God, Ken is a Koffi fan too. He is just being objective.

I was not assuming ignorance. Just wanted to highlight that if he truly had no "strong influence" no powerful politician would be calling him offering $200k plus contracts (his requirement) to perform at their rallies and private political party dinners.

Obviously he's been in the news for negative events, but he's been teflon (for some reason) for decades - the general public forgets over time. Had certain events stuck, he career would've ended a number of years ago.
 
Saying he has "been teflon"(for some reason) for decades is what I do not get....Are you trying to say with all the negatives and controversies surrounding him, he is actually doing the right thing that is why his "character is undamageable"?

No, he's gotten away with scandals that would otherwise crush anyone else's career permanently. Whether its an African, European, or American artist... it's takes a certain level of fame (career artistic production) to be immune to the effects of scandals

True that! I get you.

Well guys the argument is nice but Matebu what do you think he would do with less scandals? I still believe he would have more influence and control.

Matebu #10 on: October 15, 2017, 20:05

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@ken Bilele- I think a good example for you is the former President of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina. He the most popular and influential young DJ and was electected president of the country at just 35. He didn't even attend college.

In a very very rare African occurence he served just 1 term and stepped down peacefully

Manzambi94 #11 on: October 15, 2017, 20:49

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@ken Bilele- I think a good example for you is the former President of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina. He the most popular and influential young DJ and was electected president of the country at just 35. He didn't even attend college.

In a very very rare African occurence he served just 1 term and stepped down peacefully
The crazy story behind him is that the former president is the father of his wife and he don't like Andry for nothing at all, in fact her daughter (former president's daughter) didn't have the blessing of her father once she got married pretty much like the P-Square story