The popular Liberian saying goes; “We Getting there.” means, we’re getting there. For some, it is an encouragement that many Liberians tell each other to stay hopeful. On the other hand, many also use it as a mockery. Whatever you used it for, it seems like a positive attitude to keep.
The Liberian entertainment industry is not where it needs to be, but it is now getting the little recognition it deserves. With this new weave, many managers who don’t have money to help take their artist(s) to the next level have been feeling somewhat down. To be exact; on the morning of May 15, 2017, Lyee K Bility, who is the manager of one of Liberia’s hitmaker, Kobazzie the Lorma Boy, posted a message that shocked us all. Read his message.
I saw pure talent when I first saw you sometime in 2015. You were challenging from the beginning with your appearance but now I’m proud to call you one oh the best-dressed artist in Liberia. I’m sincerely proud of the artist you have become and don’t regret a single moment we spent together. I could go on with lots of good things to say about you but, you know how the saying goes na…”Every good things/Time must come to an end”. You have grown in the market so fast and there’s no way I can keep up with you. Unfortunately, I don’t have the finance to move you to the next level but I believe you are up to something great ahead. It’s time to spread your wings now and make me more proud. I love you kid but from this day forward, I can no longer serve as your manager. Wish you well kid. I’m still your big brother.
According to a closed source, Mr. Bility is a renowned businessman. Now the question here is, why is he saying that he don’t have the finance to help Kobazzie with his career? There’s more to this story than what is be said in this message. Stay tuned!
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