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Liberian Superstar Quincy B Dead

2 March 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

Quincy B
On March 3, 2017, Liberian superstar, Quincy L. Borrow aka Quincy B, died from a car accident, on his way from KARAOKE NITE, in Monrovia, Liberia.  The artist was pulled out of the damaged vehicle and rush to the JFK hospital. Quincy B did not survived.   Few hours before his death, the artist was spotted live on snap chat, singing Karaoke. Quincy B who was the driver of the car, died immediately.  Artists CIC , Margas Bimba and Feouls Kaba in the vehicle, as well, they are at the hospital, being treated.  CIC broken his legs in the accident. CIC and Quincy B are nominated for the Liberian Entertainment Awards 2017.


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  1. Death where is ur victory, RIP homeboy

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  2. What?????? Your memories will live on my dear

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  3. So sad for an upcoming talent!!! My deepest sympathy to his family. RIP brother.

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  4. So sad omg😭😭😭😭😭 rip bro

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  5. What a wow������������

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  6. Can't really believe this true RIP my dear bro my bestie till we meet again

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  7. Wow!
    Rest on son you will be missed.

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  8. Oh my God πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯😫πŸ˜ͺ

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  9. I pray we'll meet in Heaven and that your soul wouldn't touch the burning fires of hell #crush

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  10. Oh God
    Another TALENTED SOUL gone
    TOO soon😒😒😒😒😒

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  11. If this is a real news. Then is too sad for the LMI.
    1. This soul was too young to go n leave all his good work behind �������� RIP bro you gone soon ��. my heart go out to his family, friends,fans and the LMI as well..

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  12. Danmm bro this is so soon and unfortunate for you to leave us . You used to be my favorite LIB artist bro. You will always be remembered QCB.!! ��������������

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  13. Can't ask God why...RIP QUINCY B

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  14. My heart is full of tears why QB������

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  15. My heart is full of tears why QB������

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  16. This is saddening... great voice! Rest well.

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  17. Na this can't be true..
    God i pray it's not true..Amen

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  18. It is very sad and touching to wake up with such a news. My sympathy to the family and may his soul rest in perfect peace. Oh ! What à promising 🌟

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  19. Roosevelt Teddy JohnsonMarch 3, 2017 at 12:22 AM

    Ah oh the cold hands of Death
    A star
    A child
    An inspiration to Liberia music
    Why so soon bro?
    Rhetorical questions which can never be answered....�� �� RIP Quincy B

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  20. May His Soul Rest In Perfect Peace.

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  21. OMG why why why, why take him so soon he was my best

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  23. Liberian we need to pray for our life. You know the day you where born but not the day u will die. May ur soul rest RIP in Quincy. I am ur fan and friend ur memory will always in my heart till we both meet in Heaven.

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  24. May his soul rest in peace, oo ooooooh God

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  25. πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜“πŸ˜“πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­

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  26. This is really sad to hear! The kind of driving along the Tubman Boulevard and other highways coupled with the narrow stretches of roads in Liberia is horrible. This has led Liberia to loose a star like Quincy B. What a loss! Adieu, born star of LIB.

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  27. Is it true that nothing good can come out of liberia? It's the curse upon this country that took you away. RIP Superstar.

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  28. Oh my God, Bro RIP.....until we meet again.

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  29. An amazingly talented young man with a powerful message.
    I pray that he rest in Yahwehs care.
    Pastor Dr.Asaph Womack

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  30. Oh my God, Bro RIP.....until we meet again.

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  31. Today is really a sad day for Liberian and the Music Industry...may his soul rest in peace

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  33. Omg!! So shocking!! why, why, why??? #fuckdeath

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  34. How can this be published yesterday March 2, and says he died 3rd of March when it also says he died instantly? Confused!

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  35. What!can't believed it. Rest in perfect peace bro

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  36. omg. this is unbelievable..when is his burial?

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  37. So so saddened to see this youthful and energetic young talent is no more. Rest in peace Quincy!!

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  38. So so saddened to see this youthful and energetic young talent is no more. Rest in peace Quincy!!

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  40. l'm so sorry for our last, I'm full with tears

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  41. Rest in perfect peace my dear hero. We miss you and will alway.

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  42. RIP my dear brother and friend Quincy B

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  43. I still can believe that u gone for ever, because it look like a dream to me right now,I'm still confused on ur Qunicy B why so soon, may ur soul rest in peace till we meet again Qunicy B.������☝��

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  44. Dame! Great artist, LIB standing, your shoes are without feet bro. It would have been better you never came than to go like this.

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  45. Dame! Great artist, LIB standing, your shoes are without feet bro. It would have been better you never came than to go like this.

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  46. Sending condolences, to Quincy B, family, praying for Healing and strength...Remember, in Psalm 23: he follows us all the day us our lives and we shall dwell in the house of the LORD...Fans, find strength, within the LORD, he will get you through this.....Love one another, AS CHRIST, LOVES YOU

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