NEW WYCLEF JEAN – PRIZON POU K. E. P. A

WYCLEF JEAN – PRIZON POU K. E. P. A

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24 Comments

  1. REALLY? Is this how Wyclef plans on solving all of Haiti’s problems… by spittin’ lyrics? Give me a break! Now that you want to be president of Haiti, you’re back to being “wee”clef not “why”clef. Why, Clef? Stop this embarrassing and shameful publicity stunt. Fame and fortune do not qualify you to run Haiti at its greatest time of need since 1804! The rapping President… can it get any worse?

    Look, Wyclef… if you are really serious about this and would like to diminish the controversy of your candidacy you need to do a few things:

    1. Give up your green card. Green card equals residence in the US. If you are only visiting the US and not living here, then what you need is a visitor’s VISA. You cannot be in 2 places at once. (Simple physics)

    2. Actually live in Haiti. Visiting is not enough. You need to be there for years at a time to understand how people live. If you don’t want to do this, then you don’t want to be president since a president is expected to actually live in the country he leads!

    3. Get a speech coach. Your creole is passable, but you need to learn how to speak English properly since majority of your education was in English. On CNN you said, “I don’t hear nothing.” That’s only a minor example of your butchering a language you should have mastered. No one wants to hear Obama speak Ebonics during a speech or interview. Heighten your own standards. Damn! Get a speech coach for creole while you’re at it to expand your vocabulary.

    4. Take some international business and education courses for goodness sake! Ou tros occupe avec music, mezanmi! Show people you are making an effort to learn how the WORLD (which Haiti is a part of) interacts with this 3rd world country. Learn about international commerce, law, trade, EMBARGO! Take courses in education… just the basics. Shadow teachers in public and private schools in the US and in Haiti. Give people a reason other than “He loves his country” to support you. Most Haitians love Haiti and many visit often (and play guitar for some reason), so what makes you any more qualified? Money? That’s really bourgeois… and we know that the bourgeoisie has kept Haiti down for years.

    5. Most importantly… GET SERIOUS! Your image is that of an eccentric, inexperienced, and immature musician. That’s fine if all you want is a music career. But if you want international respect and diplomacy from other nations, you need to GET SERIOUS. Publicity stunts don’t fly in this arena. Stop the chanting and start speaking… properly! You do realize that Haiti has been snubbed because other countries have decided to ignore it. If you don’t learn how to play the game, you’ll never be able to change it. Infiltrate and defeat should be your strategy. Stop standing on top of SUVs. Stop screaming “blogh, blogh, blogh” to the public. Li led, li ordinaire!

    6. Study Obama, Clinton, other great leaders. Your next lyrics should be a speech offering DETAILED solutions. Stop with the BEAUTY PAGEANT answers you give. Haiti needs education, reconstruction, industry, etc… Damn! Tell us what we don’t already know… THE HOW! How is Wyclef going to accomplish those things? Watch Obama’s debates against McCain. Learn something about really answering questions with etiquette and class. Don’t be so rough around the edges.

    And why should you do these things, you ask? Why should you have to change your image just to be president? Why can’t people just accept you as you are? Newsflash!!! Because that’s the way the world works. You can rely on the youth in Haiti to vote you in, but that’s about it. They can’t get you the international respect you need so that other countries do business with Haiti. Haiti cannot stand to be cut off from the world any longer. You should do all of this because you want Haiti to succeed. It has nothing to do with want you want for yourself personally. Sometimes the “Change we can Believe In” starts from within.

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  3. RE: pouayiti
    I personally Don’t believe this is a publicity stunt. The only reason Wyclef wants to be President is the fact that those in power Haiti are up to Nothing. For instance, after the Earthquake Preval, the so called President, has never showed any remorse or leadership toward the Victims or the situation. Wyclef is doing the rihgt thing by letting the world know of the skunks or Corruption in Haiti. Even Sweet Mickey, during an interview, mentioned how much Wyclef doen’t understand the Complexity of Corruption in Haiti.
    I Applaude and Respect Wyclef for taking such a stand, as well as jerpeodizing his “Fame and fortune”. Such a stand can realy damage him. Until Wyclef declared his Candidacy, nobody knew there’s an election in Haiti, a country that needs tremendous attention. Unlike many Haitians living abroad, Wyclef has always demonstrated that he loved and respect Haiti, contrarary to those in govermental position in Haiti. A lot o you Haitians who are talking garbage now don’t even support his career while supporting other people that’s doing nothing to elevate Haiti, shame on you. Such mentality start with the BS governments that has run Haiti for the past 2 hundred years, which trickle down to the regular citizens.
    Haiti needs to be opened to the Diapora, which Wyclef is the best person to get accomplish. The Shameless Skunk (the government) in Haiti refuse to open the country because they want to continue stealing donated money and goods given to poor Haitians. Those skunks need to start being ashameed of NOT providing work, Education and Protection to Haitians. That’s why Haitians are being disrespected abroad. Wyclef clearly understand that. Wyclef deserve all the praise/credit for the little bit of respect that a lot of you Haitians are now receiving. Prior to Wyclef a lot you were ashame to tell others that you’re Haitian. You know who you are.
    Have you NOT been paying attention to Wyclef? Yes, he’d layed out what he plan on doing to develop Haiti. People such as yourself need to come out and help, instead of hiding behind the bushes throwing rocks. On top of that, I don’t see any altenative. I personnally don’t trust any of the other candidates, who are currently part of the mediocre government of Haiti.
    Haiti needs somebody like Wyclef who has already demonstrateds good will to govern the country. Somebody who’s not envisioning political position just so he/she can get a Visa to travel abroad. The current mindset and/or political system in Haiti must change and start over. Since everyone else seems to be lacked of the resources and/or scared to take a stand, Wyclef is the best person to open the door. I turly respect Wyclef’s courage.
    I f you have nothing good to say it is best that you keep your big mouth shut!
    What good have you done for Haiti or Haitians lately!

  4. To ronpolysci

    I am assuming by your screen name that you are involved in political science. By that deduction, I think it is a shame that out of everything you read in my note, the only thing you took away was the fact that I do not support Wyclef. You ignored that he could stand to take some advice that many people are offering. Wyclef is for “the people”… Is it only the people who support him or is he for everyone? He could take a lesson from Obama who said that he would be President for ALL AMERICANS and that he would LISTEN even to those who disagree with him. If Haiti is to improve, its next leader needs to come in with an OPEN MIND instead of this narrowmindedness you are promoting. No, I don’t support Wyclef for President, but I at least offered him what he would need in order to get my (and a lot of other people’s) support. Singing about people not supporting will not help his plight. Frankly, it’s immature. Also, he and Preval were buddies until he was denied. He needs to focus on what’s important instead of starting beefs. This is not the streets of Newark!

    As far as my being Haitian… there has never been a day that I haven’t been proud to be Haitian. And to answer what I have done for Haiti? While Wyclef was “picking up dead bodies”, I was in Haiti sleeping in a tent every night and doing 16 hour shifts taking care of people with malaria, congestive heart failure, delivering babies, removing retained placentas, giving antibiotics, giving out birth control, doing wound dressings for amputees, diagnosing chronic seizures, doing vaginal exams, giving prenatal care, saving people from dying from appendicitis, riding in the back of a pickup to Univ of Miami “tent” Hospital, transferring people to the Brazilian Army base tent hospital,… You want more…? Because I have pictures and video! My brother is living in a tent and his visa was just denied, so don’t ask me what I’ve done or to keep my mouth shut because Wyclef’s actions affect me and my family directly. You see, unlike you, I make no assumption of what my fellow countrymen have done for Haiti. We all do what we can within our means and skill set. I’m a physician. In order to do what I did in Haiti, I had to prepare and train. No one denies that Wyclef has done good for Haiti, but if he wants to take on a new role in politics, he should prepare and train for it. I don’t think that’s too much to ask!

  5. Both of you bring strong points. See, this is a matter of opinion. When it comes to politics, most things are assumption…not fact. You assume things will be one way or another, but no one knows until the end…(and trust me, I know a little something about politics.) The question is “Can Clef be a good president for Haiti?” The answer is YES he can. A better question is, what makes a good president? Is it his ability to make good descisions? His ability to see things from all angles? Wanting to see his country advance?..Well, all of those things make good presidents. How do you accomplish those things?…simple, have good councel. Every great president was great because he has good councel (something Haitian presidents never had.) They knew that they could never please everybody. All that mattered is that the country they serve advances. Every president would love to do thngs their way, but as long as you have good councel, then you have people in your corner who support your vision and can give you insight in the things you need to achieve the goal. Clef si already president in hindsight. See the vision for Haiti begins with the next generation. Who has the ability to show them they can become anything more than Wyclef? He walked the same streets, lived as the do, and never let his fame and popularity rid him of his pride. Clef knows the youth is the changing factor for Haiti to advance because doing the old fashion way of doing things has NEVER WORKED! All governments are corrupt. We can spend the rest of this blog pointing fingers at who we think is guilty for Hait’s demise…but that would be useless. All that matters is that the children have a chance to live in a country with running water, electricity, food, healthcare,security and opportunities. Who can envoke them to feel like than can do that more than a person who speaks their language, left, came back home and taugh them to dream. Clef can do it. Everyone will have an opinion,… and us as Haitians are the most critical and judgemental of ourselves and we do nothing. Clef takes a stand..a lttle boy who’s watching him goes”he came from where I am, left and came back to his people….and so will I!” These old time Haitian politicians live in the past. It’s time for the youth to have a chance. That’s what any man worth his salt works for in the first place, is for the future of his children. So can Clef be the president…”YES he can”. Can he make a difference “He already has. Can he lead his country by himslef…NO, not without our support, which is Clef’s point…”We need to do it together, Haitians in Haiti, and Haitian abroad.” A unified haiti can see two independeces…the one we faught for then, and the one the one we fight for now. Indepence of the world’s expectations that we can’t become great again. I don’t think Haiti need a politician, they need inspiration. They need a real life example of someone who loves their country..and not because of personal gain, but just because. Hey, no one stopped Ronald Regan or “The Terminator” two actors, from becoming the President of the U.S and the governor of California. if they can do it…why can’t a musician? But hey…this is just my opinion.

  6. Both of you bring strong points. See, this is a matter of opinion. When it comes to politics, most things are assumption…not fact. You assume things will be one way or another, but no one knows until the end…(and trust me, I know a little something about politics.) The question is “Can Clef be a good president for Haiti?” The answer is YES he can. A better question is, what makes a good president? Is it his ability to make good descisions? His ability to see things from all angles? Wanting to see his country advance?..Well, all of those things make good presidents. How do you accomplish those things?…simple, have good counsel. Every great president was great because he has good counsel (something Haitian presidents never had.) They knew that they could never please everybody. All that mattered is that the country they serve advances. Every president would love to do thngs their way, but as long as you have good counsel, then you have people in your corner who support your vision and can give you insight in the things you need to even if your right or wrong to help you get in the right direction to achieve the goal. Clef is already president in hindsight. See the vision for Haiti begins with the next generation. Who has the ability to show them they can become anything more than Wyclef? He walked the same streets, lived as the do, and never let his fame and popularity rid him of his pride. Clef knows the youth is the changing factor for Haiti to advance because the old fashioned way of doing things has NEVER WORKED! All governments are corrupt. We can spend the rest of this blog pointing fingers at who we think is guilty for Hait’s downfall…but that would be useless. All that matters is that the children have a chance to live in a country with running water, electricity, food, healthcare,security and opportunities. Who can envoke them to feel like than can do that more than a person who speaks their language, left, came back home and taugh them to dream. Clef can do it! Everyone will have an opinion,… and us as Haitians are the most critical and judgemental of ourselves and we do nothing. Clef takes a stand..a lttle boy who’s watching him right now is saying ”he came from where I am, left and came back to his people. So if he can do it…I can do it!” These old time Haitian politicians live in the past. It’s time for the youth to have a chance. That’s what any man worth his salt works for in the first place, is for the future of his children. So can Clef be a good president?…”YES he can”. Can he make a difference “He already has. Can he lead his country by himself?NO, he cant….not without our support, which is Clef’s point…”We need to do it together, Haitians in Haiti, and Haitian abroad.” A unified haiti can see two independeces…the one we faught for then, and the one the one we fight for now. Independence of the world’s expectations that we can’t become great again. I don’t think Haiti needs a politician, they need inspiration. They need a real life example of someone who loves their country…and not because of personal gain, but just because. Hey, no one stopped Ronald Regan or “The Terminator” (two actors, with no prior political experience) from becoming the President of the U.S and the governor of California. if they can do it…why can’t a musician? But hey…this is just my opinion.

  7. To wonlyfe

    Though I respectfully disagree, that was eloquently put and well thought out. I must point out, though, that Reagan was CA governor before his presidency. Then, under Reaganomics , the US economy plummeted and he authorized the sale of nuclear weapons to a US enemy. Under the “Terminator”, California is essentially bankrupt as we speak… so much so that thousands of CA state (not just private company) workers were either laid off or had their hours significantly reduced. So, celebrities in power are not great examples.

    Council is certainly a great point, but without a little bit more than the basics, how does one know when the council is wrong or steering the leader the wrong way? (like Reagan, Bush, Schwarzenegger) Why didn’t Wyclef know that they might disqualify him on the residency requirement prior to announcing his candidacy? I want Haiti’s next leader to be more than just an inspirational visionary. What Obama did for the workers in Chicago (before he was in gov’t) is comparable to Wyclef’s work in Haiti. Standing for human rights. But, Obama knew not to jump the gun. He taught Constitutional law classes and became a state senator before throwing his hat in the ring for President. Even with all of that, Americans still tried to say he had little experience! Then why are Haitians accused of having too high standards? Americans would not even consider Wyclef’s community service as experience toward a presidency. With all that he’s already done, why is it so much to ask Wyclef to gain a little more knowledge and experience about politics and international political relations specifically? Most people hate politics, but unfortunately, it’s the game he will HAVE to play, whether he likes it or not. I want Haiti’s next president to be well prepared and educated (classroom and life education) in his “craft”. After all, isn’t education part of Wyclef’s platform? It can be a another great example he can lead by. Thank you for your opinion… Great discussion!

  8. You guys are making very good points, and i agree with them and mainly pouayiti’s concerns as a good patriot for this country. I do not think that noone should judge him on that. I believe that all he wants is a change for this country that has been suffered for decades by its own fellow presidents who do not have no class and ethics to lead the country. Shame on them. All we need right now is a strong educated president, a good fellow, a good patriot who does not look for his freaking pocket and family and friends, but someone who dedicate his life as a good patriot to save the stake of this country. Thank you guys for your strong opinions and concerns and may God bless you all.

  9. I am losing patience with Wyclef Jean. I wrote earlier that all he ignores all the opportunities for redemption that come his way. I notice that he is finally mentioning the rapes of the women in the camps. He is ignoring the fact that he can do something, He can march through at night with his supporters. In the U.S. there have been many “Take back the Night” marches where people make protest marches to heavy crime areas, especially areas where women have been raped. He is all talk. Do something, Clef. You do not have to be president to do something. Anything. There is a saying” no step is too small towards your goal.” Try taking a step tonight.

  10. To all,
    After reading your post, you all pose some great questions and concerns. I am 100% for Wyclef, but also agree that he needs to work on certain basic skills when addressing the media and political officials. Can we wait another 5 years for him to tackle these basic skills? No, we cannot. At the end of the day the people relate and understand his way of speaking, sometimes you have to speak the slang and Ebonics to get your point across, right now this is the language of the people. When I am at work, I adapt to my environment and speak the proper English, using words that I sometimes don’t understand myself; this is something that I learned throughout my career, as will he and so will the country once education has improved.

    I have had many debates regarding his qualification for running for the President of Haiti, but at the end of the day my question is “Who else do we have?” Can anyone answer that? All anyone say’s is that he is a musician, he has no political background or economical knowledge, but where he lacks is where we should fill in the void. He needs to surround himself with great council and political advisors, as does every president. He needs to dismantle the corruption in the current government, re-train the military and law enforcement. The main priority right now is our youth, the “FUTURE”; they need an educational system that works, healthcare that benefits all, job creation, agriculture, etc, etc.

    Right now the candidacy is filled with current government officials, musicians and what not, but are any of them qualified to bring Haiti into the 21st century. NO, they are not. If so, why didn’t they make a difference while under the presidency of Preval?
    What we need now is hope and Wyclef is that for so many. He has something that many have not seen before, he truly has love for his country and I could understand why he’s made this decision to run for President. I’m sure he knows that he lacks certain educational and political understanding, but sometimes you reach a point where enough is enough and you could do the job better than most. Just because you have the degrees doesn’t mean that you’re qualified, as you can see this is the case with our current economical downfall. People lose sight of the big picture, at the end of the day the youth are suffering. If someone doesn’t step up now and make these changes, Haiti will never have a qualified president. People are going to criticize and object, but now is the time for change, a change we can believe in. We are experiencing radically changes around the world, starting with our first black president, why can’t we embrace this change? I ask again, who else do we have?

  11. It’s great we have this forum to speak and share our thoughts and ideas. Everyone has given great output on this subject. All I can say is that we won’t know until the end. Things can turn out well or not turn out well. Either way….whoever the next president of Haiti is, his job will be harder than any other president. And personally speaking…I don’t understand why Haiti has no primaries as they do here so we can weed out the bad ones and worst ones. There’s 45 candidates running for president, that’s ridiculous….but I’ll tell you that at the very least, go for the one you know has done something positive for our country and we ALL know that’s CLEF!

  12. wyclef you can’t jetset in an become president of a country because your white friends support you and you think you ought to be president
    that’s not how it works pal
    get real

  13. Who else do we have? Michel Sweet Micky Martelly!

  14. After Reading this, a lot of you may start feeling the same way I do about Wyclef! “Warrior”! Wyclef is NOT your “typical Joe”

    Why do I Love, Respect and Support Wyclef? Watch out! You might piss, pass gas or deposit #3 in underwear? Wyclef is a selfless individual- meaning Wyclef is NOT just about Wyclef but Wyclef is also about the Development of Haiti, “tired of seeing Haiti at the bottom of the pit”, “Being spitted on etc”.. News for you, I believe that, Wyclef is never really interesting in become the next President of Haiti. You are probably asking yourself what the Hell? In order for you to be able to answer such a question, you should have been following Wyclef throughout his musical career. You need to possess a very good understand of the Political atmosphere of Haiti. Please, “Don’t you ever compare the political system of Haiti to that of the United States”. You should also place your feet in Wyclef’s shoes. Food for thought: Although I, personally, believe that Wyclef is the best person for the job in term of trustworthiness, if I were in Wyclef’s position, I would rather support someone else who share my ideology instead of become President myself. Wyclef is NOT a Corrupted person. And he can NOT afford to be, due his popularity, as we all can see in the media! Don’t be fooled by the so called scandal of Yele-Haiti fund mismanagement, IRS income tax lien or property foreclosure in Florida, which probably caused many of you to look at him with a crossed eye. It is all part the agenda, “Exposing the CORRUPTION of the Haitian’s Government”. I give wyclef an A+ for such an Excellent Job!

    I love wyclef for the fact that he is doing exactly what I would be doing if I had the resources. The current government of Haiti “Preval as well as his cronies” (the rotten skunks / Scum bag) are going to be Prisoners soon! Such justice is over due to the Haitian people. Justice will finally be served, properly, for the first time in Haiti’s 200+ years’ History. Thanks to Wyclef selflessness and courage to expose, with NO FEAR, the corruption of the “Rotten Skunks / Scum bag”. Preval wants to become Prime Minister out of Fear that he will have to exile, which he doesn’t want to do, or he will be going to prison for stealing all the donated money given to poverty striking Haitians, over the years. While Haitians are living in dire Poverty, Preval used the people’s donated money to buy himself a $2million mansion in Florida. “HAITIANS STARVING WHILE MISTRESS OF PRESIDENT PREVAL IS BUYING A FLORIDA HOME FOR $900, 000 Thousands US DOLLARS IN CORAL GABLES AMONG RICH PEOPLE” Folio No.: 03-4108-001-3580
    Public records for 617 Alhambra Cir. Street Number: 617 Street: Alhambra Cir, City: Coral Gables Florida Zip Code: 33134, Bedrooms: 4, Baths: 2, Year built: 1930 Sq ft: 2, 236, Lot Size: 7, 500. Information from public records. – visit: http://www.prevalhaiti.com/messages.php/8969

    Wyclef is NOT a naïve person. I don’t know about you, but, to me, Wyclef a is pretty clever individual by any standard. I’m pretty sure that Wyclef is quite aware of how things move in Haiti and that’s why he is NOT really interesting in becoming President, similar to the Elite class of the United States. Why would I want to become President when I can become filthy rich making money the right way and without Exposing myself to BS Scrutiny? A Haitian President makes only 250,000Haitian dollars or about $35K to $40K US ANNUALLY! That’s why you must ask yourself “Where the hell did Preval get all that Money to purchase luxurious homes in Florida”?

    In Haiti, CORRUPTION is so rampant that such practice is the norm.

    If wyclef wanted to become President, he would have done the Followings:
    1) Pay for his candidacy- money talks and/or walks in Haiti. Wyclef would have greased the hands of the CEP and public officials. Remember? In Haiti you can be kidnapped simply because somebody assumes you’re a Diaspora and you got some money. Wyclef owned buildings and corporations in Haiti. CEP and other people don’t just assume, but, they know for sure Wyclef has Millions. Paying off those individuals would have been regarded as a payment in back taxes. In Haiti, such practice is NOT even considered Bribery at all! All over the news people hear of millions owed to the I.R.S. of the United States and Wyclef paid off those Millions of dollars and not putting anything in the hands of the CEP or government officials in Haiti. Wyclef may be sitting someway clapping, laughing and thinking “This is funny”. But, to the CEP and governmental officials in Haiti “This is a very serious matter”

    2) Own the Presidency-Wyclef never owned the presidency, which I would neither want to own if I were in his position. “He’s being drafted by the youth”

    3) Mentioning words about France and the $44 billion owed to Haiti, U.S. and their rice subsidy dumping on Haiti, 1915 occupation, D.R. and their treatments and etc…

    Note: If wyclef become President, it would be a total destruction of his musical career. He would NO longer be able to write lyrics the same way again. Similar to Pres. Obama, wyclef would become part of the problem and, he would lose his lyrical edge since he would no longer be able to criticize the system and sings about the issues. He would become the problems creator and he would own the problems. He would be the one being criticized. This is Not a good move career wise or pocket wise! The Record Company would not like this either. The career of Conscience Artists such Wyclef is based around being able to put pressure on government officials, musically. Once you become the government, you are the problem! For the way he does music, Wyclef has quite some years to go musically. But, he must preserve his Lyrical Edge (the message).

  15. Cool man!

  16. sarafina1 I believe it is too early to lose your patience my dear. Mr. Wyclef is not GOD that can save the country from downfall and disgrace. He is a human beings like us. you cannot just put everything on HIM to do. I believe that the BEST THING that we all have to do right now is to put our TRUST IN GOD, HUMBLE OURSELVES BEFORE HIM, PRAY HIM, SEEK HIS FACE, LOOK FOR HIS MERCY AND FORGIVENESS AND HE WILL COME BACK TO US AND DELIVER OUR COUNTRY FROM those foolish and stupid thieves that lead our country to demise, failure and shameless as it is.

    Mr. ronpolysci, thanks for revealing those stuffs that some people did not know of that freaking corrupted President, a savoir Rene Preval and his wife.
    But i have a question for you because you said “I believe that, Wyclef is never really interesting in become the next President of Haiti” I am asking myself what the heck is your statement because if Wyclef does not want to become the next president of Haiti, why he run for president. You don’t make sense my brother. I believe you need to clarify yourself. I don’t think haitians people want to vote someone who is not interested, they want to vote somebody who is really interested and wanna do something for the country.

  17. Ms sarafina1, Please do not bring Michel Sweet Micky Martelly on this because we cannot afford to see our president wearing women underwear in front of everybody during Labor day carnival. I think that GUY disgrace himself. He should not be president in our country because we want someone moral, just, good, someone who has ethical background, someone who can bring fairness and justice in our country, someone honest, not someone who disgrace himself by wearing woman’s underwear and do some stupid stuff in front of a group.

  18. @pouayiti : (forgive my English – franco-French francophone here)

    I’ve been academically and professionally obsessed with Haiti forever, since early childhood. I like to think I also concretely helped, despite my young age.

    But for the past six to seven years, some mornings, I couldn’t help but tell myself : “Fuck Haiti man! You’re Canadian!”

    I seriously drained my body and soul so much for that g**damned country which annoys me yet is my passionate love, that even my very Haitian, intellectual, professional, bourgeois parents got worried and intervened. It’s really more there home than mine, though I can drive throughout the republic’s roads eyes closed without getting lost.

    Reading your comment picked me up, my friend.

    I chose not to participate in this debate, because I just can’t believe we’re at this point. And university and work, etc. drain much of my time.

    You said EX-ACT-LY what I would tell Mr. Jean, with much savvy and spirit.

    Bravo cher/chère ami/amie. SPEAK UP !! We are worthy and capable of excellence ; people like you have to keep saying it, for the intellectually lazy, violent, somber-minded people could prevail, otherwise.

    AG

  19. Check out this interview with Wyclef: http://bit.ly/a2UahM

  20. Haiti, “Who loves you baby?”
    If placed side-by-side with Sean Penn- along with all others whom has professed a sincere love for Haiti and the Haitian people, would a majority of the country’s population truly side with those whom has declared a deep hatred for Haiti’s beloved…Wyclef? History dictates the Haitian people (including those buried deep/trapped by necessity in tent cities)- will stay true to the Wyclef who knew, loved, and fought for them- when Haiti was an unknown and its people…a forgotten nation. With God behind him, Wyclef Jean placed Haiti “on the map.” True lovers of Haiti- will forever be grateful to Wyclef! http://www.cdinsight.com/news.php?readmore=6346

  21. Haiti, “Who loves you baby?”
    If placed side-by-side with Sean Penn- along with all others whom has professed a sincere love for Haiti and the Haitian people, would a majority of the country’s population truly side with those whom has declared a deep hatred for Haiti’s beloved…Wyclef? History dictates the Haitian people (including those buried deep/trapped by necessity in tent cities)- will stay true to the Wyclef who knew, loved, and fought for them- when Haiti was an unknown and its people…a forgotten nation. With God behind him, Wyclef Jean placed Haiti “on the map.” True lovers of Haiti- will forever be grateful to Wyclef!

  22. WYCLEF JEAN – YOU SUCK!!! YOU RUINED LAURYN HILL’S PERFORMANCE ON KILLING ME SOFTLY AND A CHANGE IS GONNA COME. YOU CALL YOURSELF A MUSICIAN?SOMEBODY IS DRUNK THAT’S FOR SHURE. “ONE TIME…TWO TIME…” UNBELIEVABLE. SOMEONE IS GIVEN THE CHANCE TO SING WITH THE GODDESS OF SINGING, IT IS LAURYN HILL, THE GREATEST, AND ALL YOU CAN DO IS RUIN HER PERFORMANCE. DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR AND CHANGE CAREER, DO SOMETHING ELSE, PLEASE, I HAVE TO LISTEN TO YOUR VOICE OVER LAURYN HILL ALL THE TIME, AND IT IS GIVING ME THE HEADACHES… PLLLLEEEEEAAAASSSSE STOP SINGING!!!!!!!!!!! THERE ARE A LOT OF VACANCIES FOR ELECTRICIANS AND ALL SORTS OF OTHER JOBS BESIDES BEING THE “GUY WHO ALWAYS RUINS LAURYN HILL’S PERFORMANCE”
    PLEAAAAASE STOP.

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