Cameroonian Los Angeles based singer, Dencia, has attacked Salatiel and other African artistes who featured in Beyoncé’s album for concentrating on fame instead of money.

We don’t know if we should say directly or indirectly, but the bullet was shot was straight into the heart.

Dencia is a business lady who has a foundation (Dencia Foundation for Hope) , CEO of Whitenicious & Darklicious cosmetics products.

In a nutshell, she is a boss lady because she also does music, design & a couple of other stuff. She has been taking to her social media handle lately to reveal some reasons why Africans seldom make money.

Again, she will be bringing American superstar Blac Chyna to Cameroon in June.

Well, she has taken to her Snapchat story to throw shots at Salatiel and other African artistes like Wizkid, Burna Boy, Shatta Wale who featured in Beyoncé’s album “Lion King; the gift”.

According to the songstress, Africans might remain backward because Americans come use them for their benefits and disappear.

She wrote :

This is an example why Africans are a lil backward. You did a collab with Beyoncé, didn’t collect $1 she made millions!!! U go back home & charge broke artists first collabs ????make it make sense. Y’all gotta pick money over fame sometimes.

If u want, collaborate with God, win Oscar if u ain’t collecting the money, all this don’t matter. But y’all can keep colleacting clout & borrowing money to match the clout.

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Dencia posted on her Snapchat story.