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Zambian Hip Hop Star B’Flow Speaks Out Against Chinese Discrimination Towards Local Patrons in Lusaka

Popular Zambian hip hop artist B’Flow said he actively tries to stay away from commenting on political issues but felt the need to say something in the wake of Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa’s humiliating public apology last month for cracking down on Chinese businesses who either refuse to serve local customers or mistreat their employees.

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