Author Topic: Jitrois & Ado Yuhe part 2  (Read 617 times)

Mfumu Vata on: July 19, 2021, 22:23

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archos #1 on: July 20, 2021, 14:47

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loool ado and his obsession with dancers,look how happy  he is when jitrois is saying that when joining latino he got told to not even look at dancers on stage because after concerts when editing koffi controls every interaction between them on stage and you can quickly be in trouble
i amsure ado either dated a dancer or dreamt of dating one or a couple since from late nighties to mid 2000 dancers were proper stars

CM PRINCE #2 on: July 20, 2021, 15:26

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Ehhhh Ado is it everyday dancers? My lord this guy is so weird “Histoire na ba danseuse” like dude chill out.
I liked Jitrois in Maison Mere he was a good replacement for Serge Mabiala. He really joined QL at the wrong moment because BEK was practically done and he only had one vocal, him and Joss could’ve taken the group to another level if Koffi wasn’t so insecure and hurt.

Manzambi94 #3 on: July 20, 2021, 17:48

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Ehhhh Ado is it everyday dancers? My lord this guy is so weird “Histoire na ba danseuse” like dude chill out.
I liked Jitrois in Maison Mere he was a good replacement for Serge Mabiala. He really joined QL at the wrong moment because BEK was practically done and he only had one vocal, him and Joss could’ve taken the group to another level if Koffi wasn’t so insecure and hurt.

Lol Ado is the sane guy who wanted to be deep in them guts of Bernadette Massango but got madly rejected. To be honest I think Ado wanted to be a musician a leader but simply was too much "European" to go extra deep on that route

Nyumu Wa Mukiti #4 on: July 26, 2021, 15:59

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A standard Ado Yuhe interview goes like this:

1. Swear that you will say the truth.
2. How did you enter a certain group / band?
3. Who did you find in the band?
4. Mbote ebimi.
5. Did you earn a salary while there?
6. Were you allowed to mix with dancers? Were there couples? Did you have eyes for a particular dancer? Depending on the answer, mbote ebimi.
7. Mbote ebimi again.
8. Mukombochi (juice drinking) session or cake.
9. Shout outs.

End of interview.