Mz. Menneh’s ‘Talk It’ has no malicious intent – Management

The Management of Liberian singer Menneh G. Smith popularly known as Mz. Menneh has said in a press statement that the controversial hit ‘Talk it’ has no malicious intent.

In a statement signed by Anthony Dimoh, the manager of Mz. Menneh Inc., the label seeks to clarify certain controversies concerning the artiste’s recent music release titled “Talk It”.

According to the statement, certain controversies, delusions and dissonance has been generated from series of Facebook comments from the fans of Mz. Menneh , misconstruing “Talk It”.

The release stated that, there is no truth in what has been purported by several media outlet that, Mz. Menneh’s “Talk It” is a song intended to “diss” or “disunite” her colleagues in the Liberian music and Entertainment industry .
“Mz. Menneh has no malicious intent as purported on varying media platforms to “affront”, “diss” or “disunite” her very well respected colleagues who play varying roles, complementing the value chain in the Liberian music and entertainment fraternity but rather awakening all stakeholders in order to rise above and fixing the current state of the Liberian music industry to harmonize prosperity, setting value benchmarks for the incumbent and future generations on the global stage”, a portion of the release stated.

The management however, thanked the fans of Mz. Menneh for their unflinching support and urged them to stay calm.

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James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

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