Fhish Revolution. Success or Failure?
HOW FHISH STRUGGLED THROUGH THE TIDES…? It was on a 16th of November morning, 2019 that the fast rising singer/performer Fhish took it to social media expressing discontent and disappointment towards the Cameroonian prolific rapper now turned singer Stanley Enow. Fhish and his team (which he calls his government) felt neglected and disgraced during Stanley […] The post Fhish Revolution. Success or Failure? appeared first on Lifestyle & Entertainment | Latest Updates in Cameroon and Africa | Mybebine.com.
HOW FHISH STRUGGLED THROUGH THE TIDES…?
It was on a 16th of November morning, 2019 that the fast-rising singer/performer Fhish took it to social media expressing discontent and disappointment towards the Cameroonian prolific rapper now turned singer Stanley Enow. Fhish and his team (which he calls his government) felt neglected and disgraced during Stanley Enow’s “Stanley Vs Enow” album launch that took place the night before the viral video the next morning (we trust you with dates, you counted already).
This video sparked up debates in the industry, as the topic surrounding disrespect had been a major issue. Some people had complained about disrespect and pride already, but it seemed to just be trending that day more than before. Some tried separating the team from the artiste (Stanley Enow), but that can’t be done because the leader will always take the blame. It revolves around him, (the leader, the brand) so sorry. The singer (Fhish) was not given the chance to perform, (which probably could have been of great help to him) and more to that, his table was left dry and empty like an abandoned table in an underground basement. Despite the fact that he had an invitation, little or no attention was given to him and his “government” (this part touch us too lol). He left that night with his “government” very furious (Reason for the early morning video, meaning he didn't sleep).
Things turned into Fhish’s favor, when Wax Dey, who was among the main organizers of the Njeiforbi music Festival under his label Calabash music released a shocking communiqué banning Fhish from the show (Given that Fhish’s presence was necessary as he was one of the contestants who won the spot to perform alongside Diamond Platnumz and Stanley Enow during the show). Anarchy and clique demonstration was revealed in broad daylight as they tried to cut Fhish off the performance due to his complaints against Stanley Enow, for disrespecting him and his “government” (He seems not to ever joke with his team, and that should be applauded). Can you imagine two artistes having an issue and one is banned from the show for fear of violence and unforeseen circumstances?