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Flex vs Al Johnson: Did Flex Dumped Al Johnson and Stole Al's Connections

By: Berenice Mulubah | November 3, 2016 

Flex Sirleaf and Al Johnson
Ok guys, let's not pretend like we are not seeing this soap opera between Flex and Al Johnson.  One second, Flex is rocking with his ex-manager, Al Johnson; they are flying to Atlanta, meeting Al's connections in the American music industry and bamm, the next second, Flex is no more rocking with Al, and he is getting signed with Gproductionmuzik / KONVIC.  Now, we all know that's Al Johnson territory, he's always bragging about his connections in Konvic.  So, what is it? Did Flex realized that he didn't need a third party and left Al Johnson by the road side, to do it on his own?  Well, Al took it like a champ, he just moved right on to the next talented artist available, D12.  

Flex, Flex, Flex, are you becoming the bad boy of Liberian music industry? First you threatens a blogger on social media, then you dumped your manager, what's next for you? Could your hit song, "Holy Ghost Fire the Demons," be about the demons inside you? 

Well, let's see how this soap opera ends.  D12 or Flex, who's going to hit it big first? Hope is both of them.  When they succeed, we all succeed.  I wish all parties good luck.



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