Singer Mary Boyoi threaten to block those who are jealous of her music

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Sensational South Sudanese female singer, Mary Boyoi threatened on Sunday to blocked from her social media account people who are “jealous of her music” currently taking off to the international level.

Mary has been much of a talk among the South Sudanese because she collaborated with internationally known Tanzania singer, Harmony.

Mary through Promota K2 was in touch with Harmonize when she traveled to Tanzania last year in December after Diamond Platinum came to South Sudan for a peace concert originized by K2 and Achai Wiir.

The two currently released an audio song “All I Need” which video is expected to be out internationally this month. The audio of the song is already out on YouTube.

Mary known on many levels in South Sudan said “she will be blocked” by those who are jealous of her musical career taking off internationally.

mary boyoi ft harmonize all i need

mary boyoi ft harmonize all i need

She is currently the most followed artist in South Sudan awaiting her new song with Harmonize to be out this month. She is excited and has been traveling to Tanzania pretty obtain.

Many South Sudanese are concerned about Mary not being talented enough to do a collabo with Harmonize. But she has proven them wrong with several videos posted online shooting video with the Tanzania superstar. The fans are wild waiting for the video’s released.

Whether you like Mary or not, she is a force currently in the South Sudan music industry.

A brief story of Mary Boyoi is drafted below.

Timeline

Mary Boyoi is a South Sudanese singer and military commander. Her father, a Murle chief and military commander within the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army was killed in 1989. After her father’s death, she and her family spent several years in displaced camps in Sudan and refugee camps in Ethiopia to avoid conflicts of the war.

189: Her father, a Murle chief and military commander within the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) was killed in 1989.

2002: In 2002, she began working for humanitarian relief agencies in various locations throughout South Sudan.

2005: In 2005 she founded ABONA International, a nonprofit organization aimed at supporting peace throughout South Sudan and providing assistance to girls and young women in violent and destructive situations.

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