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'Liberian Blogger' Augustina K Monpleh Opens Up About Her Career and Love Life: "I Had Crush on Him Really Hard!"

                            Berenice Mulubah | 4/20/2015 8:30am
                                                                     

                                                                     
                                                                               

Call her the Boss of Liberian Star View (LSV) and you’ll be absolutely right. A company that is into Entertainment, P.R., Media and Marketing.  Augustina has immensly contributed to the growth of Liberian entertainment industry. In her words, ”I want to make LSV the main source for Liberian Entertainment News. I want to turn my company into an entertainment magazine, get an office in Liberia an do major things for the industry."

C Liberia Clearly: What inspired you to start Liberian Star View?

Augustina: (Laughing).  You won't believe this, it was Takun J.  I had crush on him really hard.  I fell in love with one of his songs 'It's Not Right'.  I said to myself, "I will promote this boy."  At the time, nobody was promoting Liberian artists.  I didn't know I had passion for blogging. I wanted to become an actress.  I started blogging about him and the rest fell into place. 
 
C Liberia Clearly: What are some of the challenges you face as a blogger?
 
Augustina: Not enough Liberians respect and appreciate my talent.  They want you to be promoted but they don't show appreciation.  I want to get respect and appreciation for my work. I have so much passion for blogging.  My goal is to blog until I leave this earth.  I want to be hire for my work.
 
C Liberia Clearly: Are you dating anyone?
 
Augustina: I was dating a Jerk who was only interested in my money. Can you imagine?  Some Liberian men are jerks.  On a positive note, I have a fine guy who is interested and it's looking good so far. 
 
                                                                           
 

In 2005, Ms. Augustina Kou Monpleh founded Liberian Stars Views in an effort to create a medium through which the Liberian entertainment industry could attain some publicity. The company focus on showcasing the Liberian entertainers in music, film, fashion, and general entertainment. 

 

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  1. Quietly brilliant! every idea have a path and every path have challenges and you've Conqueror them.. I Remembered the few times you shared my post, it meant a whole lot to me. I appreciate LSV and its bosslady.

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