CONTROVERSIAL award winning rapper Tanaka Bruce Mungonyo popularly known as R Peels expressed gratitude on being selected to be part of Shoko Festival’s Comedy Roast panelist.
In a interview with CloutBase R. Peels said it is an honor to be part of this year’s Roast lineup.
“I’m honored to be on the Roast because Doc Vikela told me we are going to be Roasting Begotten Son”
R Peels mentioned that it would be an exciting moment being able to say controversial things which may never be said under normal circumstances.
“it’s going to be something tricky and nice to do just to be able to say those things I wouldn’t be able to say on normal circumstances definitely excited I love comedy and it’s an honor to be part of the Roast this year,” He said.
The rapper applauded organizers of the show for giving an opportunity to real hip hop heads as panelists and Rostee.
“This year’s Roast will definitely be different cause it’s going to be different people, its going to be real hip hop heads in the panel I’m sure there has been real hip hop heads in the past years.”
R Peels hinted it will be an opportunity for those who follow him to judge for themselves wether his controversial in real life or it just social media banter.
“It will be different to have someone who is outspoken on social media and finally be seen in real terms so that people can really see either I’m that cocky or maybe ndezvepasocial media this panel will be different and this Roast will be different because it’s a whole different set up.”
R Peel, a talented rapper, who recently released his seventh album titled **Public Enemy** on August 25, 2023. The album features 14 tracks and includes collaborations with several artists such as Lloyd Soul, Voltz JT, Ti Gonzi, Comic Pastor, Celf Made, Seven Cadre, Kayflow, Asaph, Tuccy Da Mic, and Trevor Dongo, with his collaboration with Lloyd Soul trending as number this week on the Hip Hop Basement on Power FM.