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Liberian Music: Lil Beshop missing from birthday bash

Liberian musician Lil Beshop chilling
Hipco artist Lil Beshop abandon fans and refused to show up at his Birthday Bash, organized by DJ Daddi Rich at Shisha CafĂ©.  The bash was a part of DJ Daddi Rich Friday "Black Party."  The show was planned a week ahead as a joint Birthday Bash for Lil Beshop and Shinning Man of Soulfresh. Shining Man showed up, but Lil Beshop was nowhere to be found.  
Fans who paid 5usd to enter, go angry and demanded a refund.  Both, DJ Daddi Rich and Shinning Man were very upset and disappointed.  We tried to reach out to Lil Beshop, but haven't heard anything back from him.  Hope  there is a good explanation for his "No Show" act. 


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