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makelele Elastick.

Eh Bebe Manga,
I like your confidence in spitting out your mind.It was pretty good anlysis though but short sighted.
I am one of your fans ,I love your songs ,sing them all the time especially Ami-oh

I must be objective in my own point of view.I think that I hve been trying to follow what you have been saying after your trip from Abijan.But I am pretty sorry Bebe to be objective ,you are talking of voices that are not meant for music ,saying that they irritate you,I would like to know if you have an idea of the fact that a voice can be actually built for music.I think it would have been reasoneable to say that they should try to build up their voices rather saying that they should not just join the field.Good that your talent is in-born do you as well understand that the talent can be built ? think about that .

You just said that Cameroonians are not united and at the same time you are making comments that will drive your fellow Cameroonian Artists crazy ,I would be happy to know if what u just said is brigining unity or disintegration .

Sometimes it is good to hide our emotions for the seek of our career .One thing that may be wise for you to keep in mind is that music today is a field of studies in school and that those who go through that school can possibly do better than those who where born with the talent.there's no need over commenting in a negative direction .I think we all know that we have to develop the musical field in Cameroon,lets try to correct and not only point out the mistakes of others.

By the way ,journalist ,we not trained to examine music.So they are doing it out of their own teast.If people like us love your voice just try to think that there might be some that would not like to listent to u just for a second.

Tanto Sammy

Why is it always hard for us Africans to accept things when they are being said in black and white. What ever the consequence of her statement may be, she has stated her position about that issue.

Like a typical African, you have criticised her without stating your position on the issue. Mami Manga it is pity that i am writing all of this only after you have moved to the next world. I pray the good Lord to accept you in his Kingdom. Amen

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