How on earth will anybody think that such incoherent and rambling ideas, so quickly put together by some attention seekers who do not even know what illuminati represents can be true?
I have looked at the writer’s confused, conjecture and speculative ideas over and over again, and got thinking on the best way to approach it. I had earlier thought there would be no need to respond to this cheap blackmail as advised by my boss, but I wouldn’t sleep, especially when I know that the aim of the fictitious story was for self exposure and recognition; to crucify someone for fame or probably for publicity. Missiles and darts thrown at someone for no just reason will always expose the initiator in the most negative way. This is because even if it works for the person today, the truth will be revealed in no distant time, to justify the popular adage that no evil doer goes unpunished, for any evil committed by man to man must surely be redressed, now or in future.
Seldom do we respond to blackmail, because if we do, our desk will be filled with responses and CB’s secretaries would have nothing else to do, but to continue to waste office inks and papers on such frivolous gist, killing the useful time of the brand. There is obviously nothing we have not heard, and there is little or nothing that has not been said about the Charlyboy brand.
Stronger rumors with even better substances have been put up in the past, and like wild fire, they got to the extreme corner of Africa. Some people in their own little world have decided to judge Charlyboy based on what bad belle people say in the pages of newspapers, and even on radio and TV, while others in their wisdom try to detach their selves from such fetish mind, believing that the Charlyboy brand is only an artistic creation to simply shock and beat people’s imagination. Such people are probably the real genius that I know. Whoever that is synthetic will always believe in the fake reality of people’s existence without thinking that the world is only a stage (simply do your act, and let people think whatever they feel about you)
Anyone who understands the uniqueness of the brand should also understand that it’s not uncommon for unique characters such as Charlyboy to be on the lips of many people at the same time. Ironically, the more people tend to chastise, the better for the brand, as he will always come out to shock their timid and myopic minds.
I will not waste much time on this issue, knowing very well that the writer is totally ignorant of what the Charlyboy brand represents and delved into an area that is even more complicated than he had thought, putting himself in an impasse as he was unable to get critical with what he had termed the brand’s public expose.
There is no doubt that we have met mischievous people in the past; those who have passed through the Charlyboy’s college but lack that common human feelings of appreciation, and ended up challenging the brand to a duel. Such ingrates live amongst us even now, and are capable of spreading rumors such as this. But without doubt, I won’t hesitate to say that this person was never a staff and may never have passed through the Charlyboy’s college as his approach was discourteous and clearly suspicious.
From our record, the name of the writer only exists in the realm of imagination as there is no such name in our office. Invariably, nobody with such name has ever worked with us.
How come his knowledge of Illuminati appears so shallow that he cannot say in categorical terms his own role in the cult? What were those things he has been writing in the different meetings he had attended with CB? Why didn’t he show us any of the manuscripts detailing attendance and meeting’s agenda? Relatively, let him go ahead to publish Charlyboy’s pictures with popular illuminati members during any of their meetings. In fact, let him even provide any picture of Charlyboy in US, UK or any other country around the world where he travelled to with CB.
We all know that if he worked with CB in the past as claimed, his confession would have been enough for Charlyboy to know who he is, so why hide his identity from the public? He should have used his picture or put his phone number on the write-up to further show the authenticity of his claims.
How come the writer spent most of his time convincing his readers to believe his claims instead of presenting his case and allowing us to judge? Who made him a judge in his own case? Funny!!!
It doesn’t really matter what anybody wants to believe about the Areafada. You may want to believe that he sleeps in a coffin or doesn’t even sleep at all, maybe “winch”-witch or so. You may want to conclude that he worships in the church of Satan, or you may want to speculate that he is gay or whatever “badbelle” news you may wish to spread around, but the fact remains that you cannot judge a man by his appearance, but with what nature has planted within.
I wonder why we make so much noise about Charlyboy when negative rumours are being spread about him, but remain quiet when he sponsors one or two students in schools, pays student’s school fees indiscriminately, attend to the needs of the widows, goes to primary and secondary schools to discover students with extra-ordinary skills and empower them.
Why don’t we try to spread such rumours instead of hunting him in the most negative way?
It is true that no matter the uprightness of a man, he cannot be loved by everybody. Even Jesus was not loved by those he considered his own people, so I’m not surprised that some people will never rest in their fight against the Charlyboy brand. It is the work of “badbelle” people.
Funny enough, the writer has used the effort of Charlyboy in the past to make Nigerian entertainment industry more globally recognized as a case study for his argument. His selfless effort towards bringing Wyclef, Bennie Man, 50Cent, Sean Paul and a host of other world stars to Nigeria has been used against him today. However, such accusation can never stop him from playing his pioneering role in the industry.
As for us, we have better things to talk about, and will leave the writer to make his case and deliver his own judgment. “We no send"