Author Topic: They apparently cancelled Heritier's concert  (Read 808 times)

archos #15 on: July 15, 2017, 18:54

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just saw this on ndombolhino's post,olympia wishing wata a concert  few minutes after posting that its cancelled

Matebu #16 on: July 15, 2017, 19:34

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Sometimes I don't understand (some) Fally fans; on social they're praising that fact that Heritier's concert was cancelled. They want to Fally to be first, when they know damn well the same thing will happen at his venue

Fally himself was rooting for Heriter in this situation

CM PRINCE #17 on: July 15, 2017, 19:39

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I'm actually really upset and frustrated, for it to be cancelled with only a few more hours to go that's really a spit in the face

Jdog #18 on: July 15, 2017, 19:40

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JV is one the combattants who actually make sense and know that the artists have nothing to do with politics. I think European concerts in the major areas are done unless a BIG miracle happens because the French agency cancelled even when they had a strong presence.
Biso nionso toko landa changement-Maniango

archos #19 on: July 15, 2017, 19:50

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Sometimes I don't understand (some) Fally fans; on social they're praising that fact that Heritier's concert was cancelled. They want to Fally to be first, when they know damn well the same thing will happen at his venue

Fally himself was rooting for Heriter in this situation

this is what i was talking about  earlier,yesterday(some) heritier fans started winding up fally fans after seeing fally's interview that  he got a paper from the authorities that the true leader moto na tembe and so on will be the one saving the congolese music on his own becuase he is mzee and so on,and you could also see people with werrasonique in their facebook name insist there wont be any concert or rejoice  that it has failed
 whereas i think all artists should be united on that cause and so do fans who tend to be even more " stupid" at times that those leader themselves
the day all groups will put their BS outside of those situations i am sure there will be some proper evolution
it almost got there even with that childish mentality,imagine how it would be with the proper mentality

JV #20 on: July 15, 2017, 20:21

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What amazes is that these artist don't even know their rights...they do not understand that no one has the right to stop them from playing...on what grounds or evidence should they be held responsible for what's happening in congo. They need to unite and fight for their rights

mvulusi96 #21 on: July 15, 2017, 22:45

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Matebu #22 on: July 15, 2017, 22:53

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https://www.rt.com/news/396436-paris-congo-protesters-clashes-police/

Looks those racist comments

With the way they behaved in a very white part of Paris it's expected. The combatants are affirming the racist stereotypes that have been ingrained in their minds for generations
« Last Edit: July 15, 2017, 22:55 by Matebu »

archos #23 on: July 15, 2017, 22:56

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very sad  comments but combattants do not realise that it is slowly building us congolese a reputation of very wild people and thats dangerous very dangerous
at one point it will end up being a nightmare for those who try to get papers  even in the calmest possible way

Mwana Nsalu #24 on: July 16, 2017, 00:47

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very sad  comments but combattants do not realise that it is slowly building us congolese a reputation of very wild people and thats dangerous very dangerous
at one point it will end up being a nightmare for those who try to get papers  even in the calmest possible way

THEY KNOW!! these aren't just regular people. they work for somebody of high influence. similar things were happening with jamaican artists surrounding their 'homophobic' lyrics. they couldn't play anywhere in europe for a long time they would be protested many of the biggest artists have been without visas to the states for years. all because of these 'organizations' no one knows they just pop up out of no where and fight the music. these people don't care about congolese people at all! JV has sense because in most movements like this there are people who mean very well but they get infiltrated by crazy people taking advantage of the situation. they probably getting paid by an agency to do this nonsense.

Manzambi94 #25 on: July 16, 2017, 10:26

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and  here we go again with the partying over the  failed concert, they are way too lucky that france is still under trauma of what happened  in the last years
and i blame our artists as well,they should put their childish polemic aside and FIGHT together,not letting one going at the front,two three supporting him officially and actively, a couple more just wishing good luck and watching from far away and some pulling the strings to block the concert because of rivalry and who will be the first to break that ban
fally is french resident,werra is, ferre is,wata is,jb is,wazekwa is a french citizen,karmapa is a french citizen,koffi if he could come is french,fabregas is belgian so why on earth they cant do action together
 i also blame angola which has made them not to feel the ban on financial field given how sometimes they made more money on an angola tour than on some zenith tours,if they were really affected hard  on their overall they surely would have pushed more than that
Angola can do nothing, we always open up when Congolese people have to play in Angola but Angola can't do anything against combattans just like Congolese government can o anything to Does Santos and all the people who are selling Angola, the fault is of the combatants their selves

archos #26 on: July 16, 2017, 10:35

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 no brother what i mean is that since musicians especially the top ones are buying ferraris and co after angola tours (as to say they make big money) europe concerts are kind of less vital to them which is why they do not put all their energy to stop the ban
and that's part of what many combattants always wished,to see musicians completely down and begging to save not only their career but also their lives,so seeing that some are even richer than before the ban makes some of the guys more jealous/angry
with what happened i am tempted to believe koffi is right saying he knows how to lift the ban easily,few of our artists can be as bold and stubborn as him on that field of legal action

Manzambi94 #27 on: July 16, 2017, 10:54

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Jdog #28 on: July 16, 2017, 11:49

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Archos, what can koffi do?? Cause Heritier and his lawyers studied the cancelled JB and Fally concerts and still got their concert cancelled. Unless they put a clause where the zobattants can't demonstrate anywhere near the venue and if they cause a scene they will be arrested for public disorder and if the concert will be cancelled then the artists has every right to sue the authorities.
Biso nionso toko landa changement-Maniango

archos #29 on: July 16, 2017, 12:20

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i believe what he would do is similar to what monsoh just talked about,also koffi has an option other musicians do not have,which is that it has been said and a bit proven that he was influencing some combattants on other concerts(which fuelled his beef with jb for example) so he surely has some control,maybe i am wrong but  he keeps saying that the day he goes to france again he will perform because he is the one who can lift the ban