Clear view casket for Chameleone on his vigil
By Mico 21 January 2022 01:17 pm EAT
My casket should be glass so that everyone can see me as there will be so many people from different countries who will be here to attend my funeral when I'm gone.
Chameleone and Koffi Olomide in Kinshasha recently. The 'Forever' singer was on NBS After 5 when he made the remarks...
Chameleone said this yesterday (Jan 20) while attending the NBS After 5 show, they told him that in a few days, the late Mowzey Radio will be remembered following his death four years back.
The singer who is fresh from Kinshasha, Congo, where he was working on his collaboration song with Koffi Olomide said that, that is the problem with Ugandans, when you die, it is then that your music is played, why not play it now when I am still alive.
"By the way, I was Mowzey Radio's first fan because I spotted his talent and then showed him to you people... It is not right to remember someone when they are gone, you should celebrate them when they are still alive."
It was then that he switched to what his funeral should be after warning that his music should be played more now as opposed to when he dies.
"I want to have a glass casket so that everyone can see me because so many people will attend my funeral from several countries."Advertisements
Chameleone revealed that he shared this very information with his manager, Mutiima.
Funeral directors out there who are interested in managing Chameleone's funeral arrangements had better get in touch, because he wants that money too.
The NBS crew first caught up with the star singer from a washing bay in Ntinda where he was having his Range Rover ride washed. They later moved to a market in Ntinda where he was shopping for his mother, Mrs. Prossy Mayanja.
As they drove to the Next Media Park where NBS Television is headquartered, the 'Forever' singer stopped at Patio Cafe briefly to perform for customers there.
He then changed from his camouflage outfits and made his way to the Next Media Park where he shared info about how his funeral should be handled.Sponsored Links