Since the released of their hit single “I Here”, although, many became instantly glued, however, many Liberians are unhappy and saying that the song is downgrading Liberian women. Many have claimed that “I Here”, promotes women violence.
L’Frankie who is a member of P.C.K & L’ Frankie, took to facebook to cleared some of the negative that they’ve been receiving from anti- “I here” lovers.
“Sorry to say this ok…To all those that are criticizing our new song “I Here”…Let me Educate you a little…
MUSIC is a pure Literature…Y’all need to go back and read before coming up and saying PCK & L’Frankie are calling our women #DOGS
Allusion – is a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historical, cultural, literary or political significance. It does not describe in detail the person or thing to which it refers. It is just a passing comment and the writer expects the reader to possess enough knowledge to spot the allusion and grasp its importance in a literal work.
“The Boy that can kill your Dog”
Simply means the man that restricts you, put you on point, treat you well, or better still the man the erase your dull moments….
Stop making your self-shame on a little phrase Liberians….
We are not an exceptional from our other African musicians….
One Love!!!!!! and Enjoy your Christmas song!!!!
Liberian-Canadian based rapper/promoter wrote, “If you can dance to ashawo by Flavour, you should be fine with “I here.”
The funny thing here is, “ashawo” is more downgrading women than “I here”, however, some of our people love to only criticize their own without supporting as if they have created a agenda that prevents them from supporting their own.
Listen to “I Here”
So, there you have it. What do you think about his explanation? Are you a fan or anti of “I here?” If so, please explain yourself.