The rapper said he does not feel unsafe in Cameroon.
The latest single from rapper Valsero did not leave indifferent politicians and the civil society in Cameroon. Entitled “Motion de soutien“, the artist denounces the 33 years of power of the Head of State, Paul Biya. “33 years of dictatorship, 33 years of corruption, 33 years of nepotism, 33 years of destruction, 33 years of suffering, misery without interruption 33 of arrogance, violence and humiliation,” he sings. Despite the reactions he received, Valsero said in an interview with the newspaper Le Jour, edition of 24 June 2016 that he does not feel insecure in his country.
“It would make the apology of a system that wants us to live in fear. I do not want to be a vehicle of fear, saying that I was threatened or that I was not. People know exactly what kind of music I do and what kind of retaliation I can qualify. Do you believe that after this kind of song one will receive congratulations from the Government, “he said.
Regarding the reactions of politicians, the rapper that he does not expect from them any feedback. “It was a response, an exposing mechanism did not expect feedback from the politicians. I read in the press reactions of some politicians. The opposition agree. Obviously we can admit that those opposite (CPDM), it can not make them laugh, “he adds.
We remember that, Marlyse Tongo Douala Bell, Member of the CPDM had a number of complaints to the artist.