Chef 187 disclose why he calls himself Wrong Role Modelo (Watch)

Zambian rapper Chef 187 made a fiery appearance on the talk show “On The Table” hosted by Chimweka, where he gave a deep dive into his latest album “Broke Nolunkumbwa.”

Chef 187, known for his powerful and thought-provoking lyrics, used this opportunity to shed light on some of the pressing issues plaguing the music industry.

One of the most talked-about topics was the Diamond TV mention in his song “Pettyson Daka.” Chef 187 offered a unique perspective on the issue and gave insight into the meaning behind the lyrics. He also discussed the meaning behind the song “Lewa,” which is a powerful and emotional track that delves into the struggles of everyday life.

But the rapper didn’t stop there, he also opened up about his decision to leave out his brother Macky 2 on the album. Chef 187 candidly explained that he wanted to take a step back and assess his own impact in the music industry, without the influence of his brother’s success.

Overall, Chef 187‘s appearance on “On The Table” was an enlightening and engaging experience for the audience. He gave a glimpse into the mind of one of Zambia’s most talented rappers and left fans eagerly awaiting his next project.

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