Infectious Michael urges fans not to donate to any organization

Infectious Michael Dennis is the founder, producer, and engineer at Heartbeat records. He is also a strong force behind Quincy b’s career and one of Liberian entertainment industry well-respected entertainer....

Infectious Michael Dennis is the founder, producer, and engineer at Heartbeat records. He is also a strong force behind Quincy b’s career and one of Liberian entertainment industry well-respected entertainer. He urges fans not to donate to organizations that are raising funds in the name of Quincy B’s death. Read his message:

ANNOUNCEMENT!!

Please note that we the family of Quincy L. Burrowes aka Quincy B has not authorized anyone to solicit donations and fundraising on behalf of the family from any part of this world. Those creating various websites and involving in such activities without the family notice and permission must stop. Words will be out by Sunday or Monday from Infectious Michael Dennis or Lewiz McCarthy to tell you where you can contribute your financial support. Please share this as many times. We appreciate you for everything. Thanks.

 

Lewiz McCarthy who is the manager/family of Quincy b also made a statement that shows that the family is not in favor of any donations.

In an interaction with Best Garlor on Facebook, Lewiz McCarthy wrote:

Hahaha very interesting, I don’t care about people losing interest or donors. We have the capacity to undertake all expenses. We only expect people to donate because of their love for him and his priceless contributions to Liberian music and country. If that is not enough to wait, let them keep their money.

Best Garlo is a radio host, businesswoman, socialite and is also known for her generous help to raise funds for people who are in need of help.

Photo source: Miss Kimberly

There, you have it. So, just in case you honestly want to help his family, please reach out to them before going forward with any fundraising.

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