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Why Master Queen Won't Host Miss Liberia 2016 Red Carpet

30 December 2016 / Berenice Mulubah 

Master Queen
There are a lot of predictable things about Miss Liberia 2016, including beautiful ladies on stage, great performances from artists and Master Queen hosting the red carpet.  Unfortunately, not all dreams do come true.  After an intensive promotion on the Queen hosting the red carpet, she posted in her Facebook group, the day of the event, that she won't be hosting the red carpet.   If you are wondering what went wrong, worry no more, I have the gees for you.

Master Queen told C Liberia Clearly that it is all about a business deal that went bad.  The organization was to make a payment months before the event, but didn't follow through, up to the day of the event.  Master Queen said, "since November, the Miss Liberia team had my name on commercial without any payment.  Everyday I called the organizer, it was a different story.  He didn't even call me, I had to call him." 

We contacted Mr. Zubin Cooper, the organizer for this year's Miss Liberia.  He did confirmed the story.  He said, "we were to pay an advance but were unable to, due to late payments from sponsors.  I received a check two days ago and called her this morning, to ask her where she would be, to have her advance delivered to her.  She said if she didn't receive the full amount, she couldn't host the red carpet."  

It's unfortunate, but business is business. 

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  1. This is a great venue. I was here for a party and there was so much food and it was all done so well! The decor and food both were amazing. Personally, I think the space at LA venues is laid out really well and the size of the venue keeps pulling great parties.

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