Musician  Tshalla Muana Freed After Arrest Over Song Dissing Tshisekedi

Musician Tshalla Muana Freed After Arrest Over Song Dissing Tshisekedi

 

By Kwame Ismail Nkurunziza

 

Tshalla Muana, a legendary Congolese singer who was famous in the mid-90s for raunchy performances, was freed on Tuesday from police custody following pressure from former president Joseph Kabila’s PPRD party.

Aged 62, Tshalla Muana, a renowned supporter of Kabila, was arrested on Monday by intelligence operatives after she released a song that portrays the current president Felix Tshisekedi in negative light.

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The song titled ‘Ingratitude’, criticises Tshisekedi  as an ungrateful man who turned his back on his mentor.

The singer sings about a man who becomes successful after benefiting from his mentor whom he later turns against.

Although she doesn’t mention Kabila’s name in the song Congolese listeners know it was a jab at the current president who formed the government after a coalition with Kabila’s party.

Authorities have since banned the song and warned radio and TV stations against playing the Rumba maestro’s new song.

 

 

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