Congolese music legend Aurlus Mabele died on 19th March 2020 while residing in Paris France. At the time of his death, Aurlus had a daughter called Liza Monet who announced her father's demise through a twitter post.
Born on 12th April 1989 and living in Paris, Monet has had some controversies in her life as she sought her path to fame. She dropped out of school at the age of 16 after getting pregnant and decided to fend for herself sometimes turning to prostitution.
Liza Monet in a Video Scene
According to the French urban culture magazine 'CULTUREBENE' it was revealed in a January 14th 2019 post that before hitting the music limelight, Liza had worked in the adult videos industry for quite some time. Performing under a pseudonym 'Cardi B', she had produced some X videos which came to haunt her as she pursued to launch her musical career. She had confessed that some artists refused to collaborate with her in making of music as a result of her past.
She said that she decided to leave the adult videos life after being beaten up by her partner to the point of sliding into coma yet what she was earning was very little. She decided to focus on music.
Our deepest condolences as she mourn the death of her father. May his Soul find Eternal Peace!
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