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3 INJURED AND $5000 DAMAGES AT SOULFRESH CONCERT

12 December 2016 / Berenice Mulubah 

SoulFresh performing on Bernard beach
MONROVIA, Dec. 12— SoulFresh concert at the Bernard beach erupted into a melee Sunday night in which three spectators were injured and $5000 equipment damaged.  They had the numbers, but not the organization for a smooth and easy show. 

"The lack of discipline from supporting artists led to the disturbance.  Two artists, Takun J and Chiller Coolnanee, got on stage and performed longer than the time given.  Both artists were told to perform only two songs, but they performed 3 songs each, instead.  During Chiller Coolnanee performance, he was cut short, when he started singing the third song.  The artist got upset and started provoking his fans to react, asking if they wanted him to continue performing.  The fans got hyped up, throwing stones and bottles on stage, leading to the unfortunate eruptions." Edwin Tisdell

The Liberian entertainment industry is badly in need of structure, discipline and education.  We need discipline entertainers and managements.

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  1. Taken J and Chiller Coolnanee was the cause of all this terrible acts.

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