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Liberian Entertainment Secrets: DenG refuses to disclose his manager's name. What is he hiding?

3 December 2016 / Berenice Mulubah 

DenG at the MTV Base Africa Award in South Africa
During our interview with Lewis McCarthy, the manager of Quincy B, we found out that DenG possibly has a Nigerian manager.   DenG referred Mr. McCarthy to a lady in Nigeria, as his manager, when they were working on the 'DenG Meet quincy B" project.  
We reached out to DenG to confirm if this Nigeria lady is his manager.  DenG told us, in his own words, "My manager don't want his name to be disclosed for now."  We tried to find out who is Keisha, the lady in Nigeria.  DenG said, she is a member of his team, but refused to tell us what is her position on his team.  

So, why the secrecy? Is DenG afraid to let the public know the name of his manager, because his manager could be a Nigerian and that might affect his fan base?  Well, things are not looking so good for the artist in the disapora.  DenG has been accused by many promoters for taking their money and refusing to do the shows. 


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