Quincy Timberlake Cautions Lupita – Kenyan Media Are Like Terrorists, They Will Destroy You

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I thought that Quincy Timberlake was done with the Kenyan media houses but it looks like I was dead wrong. Apparently, Quincy is still angry at the media for ‘messing up’ his life and he is even cautioning Lupita to keep away from them describing them as ‘terrorists who are out to destroy her.’

Quincy further argues that the media is out to make a killing from other people’s success. He says that they are not interested in you while you are still starting out but once you make it, they are on you like no ones business.

All media exists to invest into our lives artificial perceptions and arbitrary values. The media needs superheroes in every sphere of life. There is however a continuous range of abilities with no clear dividing line. Lupita has every right to decline Kenyan interviews at all costs. Kenyan media practitioners are a bunch that respect no one except in the case where a person sells stories and fill their pockets at the expense of another. This is how they maltreated us for their own gain. Instead of building their future markets, they expect you to search for and find them yourself. What if – when you were a nobody in their eyes – they believed they had “blacked you out” and you ignored them? You proceed to shine, they search for you, you turn them down. You become the villain. They don’t know how to nurture what they find. Instead they start manufacturing hate speech and defamation in order to sell. Lupita Nyong’o needs to stay away from this bunch or else she will later regret. There is no other business where the customer is always wrong except the Kenyan media. As for me, I will not quit this game because of what they have done to me. To beat the heinous Kenyan media, I became media myself.

My fellow erudite, I agree with this line: “So yes, while Lupita (again, if that story is true) has a right to say no to being interviewed by a Kenyan newspaper because they dint bother about her when she was in Kenya and had to wait for her to be a sensation in Hollywood for them to want to have a piece of her and claim her, I agree that media houses should put in more efforts to market actors in Kenya locally first and not wait for them to “Vuka boda”. Same goes for our audiences. Appreciate our actors, musicians and artists in general while they are at home and not when they have been claimed by other countries because it seems that kenyans will only appreciate you when you die or when you go to a foreign country and make it there.” 

Unfortunately, there is no Kenyan news media. There’s simply a bunch of people on television and in newspapers who are ranking members of the parallel interests commercially and politically amongst other spheres. They use that platform to fight their already or would-be “foes” – personalities deemed as threats either positively or negatively. Kenyan media needs to grow up and learn instead of launching stinger missiles en-masse at anyone who freely expresses their opinions about them while on the contrary, they always think it is their right to “freely” express themselves. The Kenyan Media: To me it sounds like a convention of snipoterrorists with no suicide bombing plans but with intentions to emotion mutilate subjects of their “interests”
All media exists to invest into our lives artificial perceptions and arbitrary values. The media needs superheroes in every sphere of life. There is however a continuous range of abilities with no clear dividing line. Lupita has every right to decline Kenyan interviews at all costs. Kenyan media practitioners are a bunch that respect no one except in the case where a person sells stories and fill their pockets at the expense of another. This is how they maltreated us for their own gain. Instead of building their future markets, they expect you to search for and find them yourself. What if – when you were a nobody in their eyes – they believed they had “blacked you out” and you ignored them? You proceed to shine, they search for you, you turn them down. You become the villain. They don’t know how to nurture what they find. Instead they start manufacturing hate speech and defamation in order to sell. Lupita Nyong’o needs to stay away from this bunch or else she will later regret. There is no other business where the customer is always wrong except the Kenyan media. As for me, I will not quit this game because of what they have done to me. To beat the heinous Kenyan media, I became media myself.

My fellow erudite, I agree with this line: “So yes, while Lupita (again, if that story is true) has a right to say no to being interviewed by a Kenyan newspaper because they dint bother about her when she was in Kenya and had to wait for her to be a sensation in Hollywood for them to want to have a piece of her and claim her, I agree that media houses should put in more efforts to market actors in Kenya locally first and not wait for them to “Vuka boda”. Same goes for our audiences. Appreciate our actors, musicians and artists in general while they are at home and not when they have been claimed by other countries because it seems that kenyans will only appreciate you when you die or when you go to a foreign country and make it there.” 

Unfortunately, there is no Kenyan news media. There’s simply a bunch of people on television and in newspapers who are ranking members of the parallel interests commercially and politically amongst other spheres. They use that platform to fight their already or would-be “foes” – personalities deemed as threats either positively or negatively. Kenyan media needs to grow up and learn instead of launching stinger missiles en-masse at anyone who freely expresses their opinions about them while on the contrary, they always think it is their right to “freely” express themselves. The Kenyan Media: To me it sounds like a convention of snipoterrorists with no suicide bombing plans but with intentions to emotion mutilate subjects of their “interests.”-nairobiwire.com

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