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Heri

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Tamando wrote:so you actually read that very long story of mine huh?..... ontop of that you did manage to retain the fact that I come from the Great Bafut! Interest is duelly noted!
Yes sir, I read your story out of curiosity and trying to figure out the source of your anxiety and insecurities. It usually originates from childhood trauma. No wonder you get offended whenever I talk about organizing Madilu's concert in my adopted village of Austin, you didn't want to be outshined when your turn comes to brag about your Bafut village ceremonies!
Heri

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Tamando wrote:Now trying to pin those stolen videos on your neighbor's teenage son huh? Do you remember also trying to pin your Awilo defamation

I think you tried your bait to inflame another forum 4 days ago (that Awilo has been wronged) and they all ignored you. I doubt if you will find any takers here either. Are you still looking for sympathy after homeboy has already exposed your agenda? You only pretended to have been wronged so you can justify attacks on women. It has already been admitted that "your culture" can't stand women of complexities.

FYI, the other forum removed your fight bait. You also fessed up to "your culture" of covering up misdeeds to protect reputations. So all this amounts to your heckling after my JB critique. First you confused video sharing vs. theft. Now you can't distinguish between an opinion vs. defamation. There is no defamation in judging a mediocre CD opus. And KYY is still not up to par with music standards. Sorry.

Tamando

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Heri wrote: It has already been admitted that "your culture" can't stand women of complexities.


atleast out of all this no head-tail cut and paste bits and pieces from 50 different different forums, we finally agree on one thing...... the complexities of the little people in your head
btw incase your curiousity gets the better of you again, this time "We" refers to your hospital doctors and I
Heri

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Tamando wrote:atleast out of all this no head-tail cut and paste bits and pieces from 50 different different forums
CROSS POLLUTION IS YOUR BRINGING AWILO ISSUES HERE
Tamando wrote:we finally agree on one thing...... the complexities of the little people in your head
Yes we agree on why you've been hounding me because you thought I was full of little people and easy meat. Are you scared of big people your own size? So it all boils down to inferiority complex. Some little people have a higher IQ than big people you know.

Well then, stalker of little people, thank you for the info. After coming clean everything is out in the open, so let's get back to music. And LET'S means with me with all my complexities and my little people and Digitalcongo, who are saying exactly what I said here before:
Heri wrote:The global key to success today video clips, especially for artists who are restricted from certain countries. A one time Kinshasa Hit Parade is nothing, when one continues to be derisory. So far, it is Koffi, Werrason, Awilo and Fally who continue to rule the world. Not everybody can travel to Congo to see Wenge BCBG.
DID YOU CONFUSE JB TOO ON THE VALUE OF PROMO CLIPS?
http://www.digitalcongo.net/article/41796


Tamando wrote:"We" refers to your hospital doctors and I
You got it all wrong again. No doctor is as ignorant as people from "your culture" by practicing intimidation. Doctors neither harass nor ostracize sick people. Whether you like it or not, I am one of the doctors. Just like intelligent people here, nobody will fall for your hate bait and preying on little people. I have finally succeeded in exposing you. Thank heavens you can't hide behind video theft anymore.
KAISARI

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...and the push button is on fally's crotch...itchy itchy

...THE TRUTH IS THERE FOR US TO SEE...
Yvonne

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KAISARI wrote:...and the push button is on fally's crotch...itchy itchy

KAISARI

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Yvonne wrote:
KAISARI wrote:...and the push button is on fally's crotch...itchy itchy

...panic button ...edit edit edit

...THE TRUTH IS THERE FOR US TO SEE...
Prof_Nuna

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I wonder whether the poor lady really thinks digging up all tabloid crap can change us from enjoying Kipe Ya Yo? Poorly researched information can also be so embarasing - but the poor so called doctor does not seem to mind embarasing herself. Like studying all causes of childhood traumas just to make her derogatory cheap shots? Thank God I live far enough not take her precicriptions. Not certainly in music.
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KAISARI wrote:
Yvonne wrote:
KAISARI wrote:...and the push button is on fally's crotch...itchy itchy
...panic button ...edit edit edit
another option is a basketball game... if that doesn't help... extra extra extra heavy bass lines...

Heri

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Prof_Nuna wrote:Poorly researched information can also be so embarasing - but the poor so called doctor does not seem to mind embarasing herself.
Why should I be embarrassed? If anything, paying net surfers are the ones who have been scammed. The site advertises a mix of African and Caribbean music, but all we get is culture wars. If we (net surfers) want to visit sinister sites we can Google them. Our generous host is also exposed to dubiety, since Internet registration rules require adherence to registered topics. Even sites that used to bait people with penpals then switch to porn were all taken down by servers for impropriety.

It's bad enough that we (Africans) have no credibility anywhere in the world, now do we really have to rub it in? For the past 10 years, even the owner has observed tranquility in the Carib part and chaos is always in the Africa part, where improper content has to be deleted. So who was the cybersicko then? If anybody has any reason to be embarrassed it is you and your ferocious homeboys. Please read the posts from Columbia and get the picture of how African music can be decent.


KAISARI

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Yvonne wrote:
KAISARI wrote:
Yvonne wrote:
KAISARI wrote:...and the push button is on fally's crotch...itchy itchy
...panic button ...edit edit edit
another option is a basketball game... if that doesn't help... extra extra extra heavy bass lines...

...drop drop drop it like its hooot

...THE TRUTH IS THERE FOR US TO SEE...
Yvonne

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KAISARI wrote:
Yvonne wrote:
KAISARI wrote:
Yvonne wrote:
KAISARI wrote:...and the push button is on fally's crotch...itchy itchy
...panic button ...edit edit edit
another option is a basketball game... if that doesn't help... extra extra extra heavy bass lines...
...drop drop drop it like its hooot
First the slow dance... then match ebandi...

Werra

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I'm yet to make judgement on my appreciation of KYY, as I am still listening to it. But as for as first impressions are concerned, it sounds good.

Oyo lingi biso?..............Aya
SLY


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Werra wrote:I'm yet to make judgement on my appreciation of KYY, as I am still listening to it. But as for as first impressions are concerned, it sounds good.
Maitre Werra,welcome back,i ask that you listen to Voiture and Sans Permission on Kipe Ya Yo,i know you are sebenes man so Kipe Ya Yo has somehow disappointed you,it's full of proper rhumba!Listen to voiture first and call me when you finish dancing!!
SLY


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It's so sad that private messages sent in confidence to someone are shown to the public.
 
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