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According to social media rumors, King LAJ requested assistance from LAC, the World Boss.

If you've been following the social media drama in recent days, you'll know that there has been a major misunderstanding amongst some Sierra Leone celebrities over a fundraising issue to aid in the medical care of their colleague, Vida, a well-known female artist.

It was widely reported on social media that the singer in issue is gravely ill and requires financial assistance to complete his treatment. Initially, there was an agreement among some celebrities in the entertainment industry to donate whatever they could to her course.

It began off well, with many people donating, with Zainab Sheriff being the greatest donor at the time. LAC stepped in since there wasn't enough money donated, and he offered to help with a $6000 donation. He did it, but the Vida families turned down the money.

Another step taken by the entertainment sector was the organization of a fundraising event. This time, LAC walked in and claimed he was going to buy the show and give Sierra Leoneans free admission. The fundraiser's organizers turned down his request and opted to put on the event anyhow. The show was held, although attendance was low.

Many old school artists, like Aklass and others, were critical of the event.

The direct conflict between the LAJ and the LAC was precipitated by a Facebook live event in which the LAJ made insulting accusations against the LAC. LAC reacted quickly in the same way. But LAC has gone even further, releasing an opening to a diss song he's preparing to release, in which he incorporated a recorded voice of LAJ saying, "na for you den want kill me o," which bloggers have interpreted as him pleading for aid from LAC aka the World Boss.

Please help spread this message while we wait for the release of the diss song "Make we Laf." Thanks

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  1. Sierraleone musician why always infight between you guys come together and build a better industry for our children yet unborn

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  2. Hahaha 不不不不不

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  3. LAJ is trying to seek attention but what we know is that his own time as an artist has gone,thanks to him for his past performance.
    LAC.you're welcome it's your turn you deserved to take the front for now.

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  4. Is that a Crime if someone ask for assistance ? It better to beg than u do otherwise.

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  5. Since LAJ get deported cos stealing cars here in the DMV area and Philadelphia area he has not been the same person, if you observe him he's always in short pant pretending to be ok with it , Donald Trump gave him one way to Sierra Leone 賅 he need Prayers he's missing the cold weather here and the good food he has now become an alcoholic Fulahman 不不不

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  6. L.A.C. is a good man let welcome him back home he is our brother, and if VIDA die for the lack of money sierra Leone entertainment is the cost of it

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