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T Manager says online beef with other artists is for fun, not serious

In his speech at the NCA’s event dubbed 4th Town Hall, he urged the public not to misinterpret the beef and reminded them that it's a way for public figures to showcase talent and motivate themselves.

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While addressing the social media feuds among South Sudanese entertainment figures at the NCA’s annual “Connecting South Sudan” forum at Raddison Blu Hotel last week, the musician disclosed the online beef is “for fun.”

T Manager said that the beef playing out on social media between him and other entertainers is a joke. He emphasized that they are not really enemies but rather doing it for entertainment purposes only.


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“Don’t mind what’s going on Facebook. Sometimes we do it for fun, but we’re not really enemies. The beef between us artists in South Sudan is just for fun and we also want to push ourselves,” T Manager explained.

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T Manager assured the public in the presence of the Director General of the National Communication Authority, Mr Napoleon Adok Gai, expressing that the online conflict is not a sign of hatred but rather a challenge for public figures.

In his speech at the NCA’s event dubbed 4th Town Hall, he urged the public not to misinterpret the beef and reminded them that it’s a way for public figures to showcase talent and motivate themselves.

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