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Is DenG slowly turning his back on his Liberian People?

5 Janaury 2017/ Berenice Mulubah 

Just before the end of 2016, DenG dropped a collaboration he did with KCee, a well known African artist, called "Make dem Talk".  The song was well accepted within the Liberian community, but his appreciation to his people is very little.  DenG has made his stardom on the fact that his all about the Liberian people and their culture, but his actions lately is saying something completely different.  The artist dropped his hit song, excluding the very media that has helped raise him to stardom, his Liberian media.  Within the last week, he had send shout outs to foreign media, on his social media page, without acknowledging any article about his song that was written by his Liberian media.  Is DenG doing to his people what he did tho his former manager, turn his back at the taste of fame?  We will watch and see.   

Check out his latest post on Facebook. 


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