The popular singer is yet to explain what exactly has happened to her just released music video “Bon Bon,” but we have gathered a clue to what may have occurred behind the scenes.
Award winning music video director, Adah Akenji took to his Facebook, on April Fool day to say this. “It is a pity when you are working with someone who does not respect you. I am not responsible for Blanche Bailly’s video Bon bon and should not be associated to it. For me, respect is all that matters. I love 237 music and respect all it’s acts. Don’t disrespect my efforts to do good works.”
Akenji is clearly disassociating himself from the same video he asked his fans to watch just yesterday. A video he worked effortlessly to shoot. Is the music director saying “karma is finally catching up with Bailly’? What may have gone wrong between these two friends who previously worked on Bailly’s “Dinguo” video back in October?
Popular gossip blogger and CEO of Urban Uamz Awards, Valery Atia also jumps on the issue, Sunday morning. He writes on his Facebook wall,
Although this beef seems real, some fans are now saying it could all be a prank!