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Christoph's Girlfriend Benita Urey the Daughter of Presidential Candidate Benoni Urey And Christoph's Ex Meenakshi Subremani Former Miss Liberia Fist Fight At The Club

By Berenice Mulubah 

Meenakshi Subremani, Christoph and Benita Urey
It was an interesting night at Anglers Bar last night.  Former Miss Liberia, Meenakshi Subremani, winner of 2011 Miss Liberia, got into a fist fight with Presidential candidate Benoni Urey daughter, Benita Urey, at Anglers Bar during karaoke night.  It all started when Christoph current girlfriend, Benita took over the microphone and started to perform all of Christoph songs, being the center of attention for the night.  Sitting with Liberian football superstar, Sakou Jabateh, was former Miss Liberia, Meenakshi Subremani.  Meenakshi dated Christoph and was dumped by the hipco rapper.  Benita came over to Sekou's table and put her arm around him, while singing his personalized song called Sakou Jabateh, produced and sung by C.I.C.   Well, that didn't go down well with Meenakshi, within a split second, words started flying, hair pulling, and the fight was on.  Christoph who has been preparing for his summer tour,  left the scene without saying a word.

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  1. Wow! Wow...I think he did the right thing.

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  2. He did the rite thing,What a disgrace to that lady that carry the title former Miss Liberia.things Liberian girls do just make ashamed to be Liberian sometimes.Smfh

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    1. They are human I want you to know that

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  3. Christoph did the right thing, Former miss Liberia was wrong, I mean Benita was only singing the song she wasn't flirting with Jabbateh..... Be cool Benita...

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  4. THIS TOO IS LIBERIA

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  5. What a disgrace to Benoni urey!

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    1. It wasn't a disgrace to Benoni Urey it's a normal life people sometimes get into fight for relationship reason.

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  6. I known benita since school days. That's karma. I wish her ass gets whooped again and again. Shameless woman

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  7. I known benita since school days. That's karma. I wish her ass gets whooped again and again. Shameless woman

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