I Don't Want To Suffer In Hell - Liberian Dancehall Artiste Canc Queen Quits Music
One of Liberia's top dancehall artistes, Canc Queen has quit music after giving her life to Christ. The singer announced to her fans on her social media pages that she has made the decision to follow Christ and abandon music. According to her, she doesn't want to suffer on earth and also suffer in hell:…
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