Jose Chameleone can arguably pass as the artist with the most intimidating fear factor in the music industry. For ages, legends have been told of the musical doctor’s street conquests, especially against his rivals.
Yesterday, during the premiere of his Tusker Malt Conversession episode, the musical doctor further re-affirmed his stone-cold reputation while addressing the untimely deaths of his musical affiliates, Radio Mowzey and AK 47.
He noted that he himself could have suffered the same predicament ages ago, but noted that nobody can attempt to touch him because they fear him.
“They cannot cross the line,” he remarked during the Tusker Malt Conversession.
He further noted that the issue to do with Radio and AK 47’s deaths is not an issue concerning him alone but society as a whole. He further added that it is because he as an individual had nothing to do with the stars’ deaths.
He said that society should safeguard superstars the same way they make safeguard other treasures such as oil and gold because superstars are treasures just like precious minerals.
He further beseeched the public to celebrate him while he is still alive. He noted that if his time comes and he has to live in the world, many people will play his music, night and day, something he says should happen while he is still alive.
He noted that incidents that occur, such as Radio and AK 47’s deaths, are problems stemming from society and should be addressed as such.