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Drunk Chameleon Beats Up Journalist Seguya At Kusasira Introduction: No More Divorce – Kusasira Swears

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Catherine Kusasira with hubby Seruga

Bummy singer Catherine kusasira has introduced her childhood sweetheart and fellow musician Fred Seruga today at Lwogi in Kikyusa in Kasana Luwero District.

The event took place at the home of late Karapyo Kakumba Wilberforce, which is Catherine Kusasira’s parent’s court yard.

The event was graced by Musicians, Comedians and politicians. Among them included Ronald Mayinja, minister of state for works Gen. Katumba Wamala, Rema, Hon Bobi Wine, Minister Ronald Kibuule, Haruna Mubiru, Jose Chameleon among others.

During her speech, Kusasira promised never to divorce Seruga, who had helped groom her music career in Eagles production. It should be remembered that in 2013, Kusasira left Seruga and played away matches with tycoon Rodgers Ssemwogerere.

 

CHAMELEON FIGHTS SEGUYA

Like the Baganda say that ‘ku mbaga tekubulako musiwuufu wa mpisa’ (at every good event, there is always that ill-mannered person in attendance), Musician Jose Chameleone (who looked drunk) decided to settle his score with Bukedde journalist Josephat Seguya at Kusasira’s wedding. Chameleon attacked Seguya for writing bad stories about his kids.

Chameleone first grabbed the microphone from musician Haruna Mubiru and after started acting funny and singing.

After, he held Seguya by the neck quizzing him on why he wrote bad stories about his kids driving his car yet they were under age.

Chaos erupted and security had to come in and save Seguya from Chameleone’s punches. Chameleon threw notes of money into the rowdy crowd and took off.

Kusasira with musician Rema and Bukedde’s Flavia Namulindwa

Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine with musician Hilderman

Kamapala Central woman MP Nabilah Naggayi (in blue gomesi)

Minister of state for works Gen. Katumba Wamala

 

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Andre Refused To Do An HIV Test, I Felt Horrible: Angella Katatumba Speaks Out On Why She Left Troubled Music Producer….

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Musician Angella Katatumba has for the first time spoken out on why she left music producer daddy Andre.

In a post on his Facebook page, Angella said, “This is in response to all those that have been constantly asking me for interviews regarding my relationship with Andre. For over three months, Andre treated me like a princess. He spent over 20 Million UGX on me. There is nothing he didn’t do or buy for me and he never let me pay for a thing. He introduced me to all his friends, family, relatives and he even took me to his village.”

She adds, “Things got crazy for him in January where he was burdened with a lot of problems. Amongst financial and many others, Andre’s former PA stole his money and his car and to make matters worse, I also left him in January, because, he completely refused to do the HIV test.”

She says, “Trust me, this was not an easy decision and I felt horrible, especially after, Andre poured all the love on earth on me. Despite that, I had to stick to my principles. I decided to keep it professional and focus on promoting our ‘TONELABILA’ song.”

Several upcoming female musicians have pinned Andre for sexually assaulting them.

 

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CORONAVIRUS: Stop Crying That You Have Made Losses, The President Won’t Compensate You – Bebe Cool Warns Musicians Who Are Crying Over The Cancellation Of Their Concerts…

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Musician Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool has warned Musicians to stop crying over the cancellation of their concerts over coronavirus because they are not the only one affected.

In a post made on his Facebook page, Bebe warned his fellow artistes not to expect any compensation from the president but instead look for better ways of utilizing the 30 days to help their fans.

“To all musicians, comedians, actors and promoters, kindly don’t embarrass the entertainment industry of UGANDA by uttering statements of losses and cancellations of events in a bid to request for compensations/refunds by government or the President, Mutuswaza. So many businesses have been affected all over UGANDA and we as artists are not a special category of people,” Bebe said.

He added, “I took three years encouraging you all to work with the ministry of health, to champion different causes but all looked away. Now you say you will not be working for 30 days, yet if you had been ambassadors, you would have some work to do.

Well it might even be more than one month and at this moment I advise you to rush to the ministry of health and officially join the fight against Corona virus.

Here I believe you can be able to impact more positively to our community.”

He said, “It’s a kind request that all entertainers turn their platforms to support and create more awareness about the Corona virus and of course TUBERCULOSIS since they have similar signs and symptoms. Sorry my comrades if i hurt your feelings but sanity is needed here. Full figure has something to say too.”

 

By Temuseewo Mpoza

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How Can You Allow Hooligans To Throw Bottles At Bebe Cool? Muhoozi Warns Police, Cindy Boom Party Organisers…

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The first son, Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba who is also the Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations has attacked police and event organizers for not providing protection to singer Bebe Cool during musician Cinderella Sanyu’s concert on Saturday.

There were ugly scenes at Lugogo Cricket Oval as Bebe Cool was performing during Cindy’s Boom party concert when bottles were pelted at Bebe Cool while on stage from a section of fans.

Bebe Cool was also booed and accused of siding with their “oppressors” and attempts by the MC to calm the angry fans proved futile.

However, in a tweet, Gen. Muhoozi said it was wrong for security to let such hooliganism continue under their watch.

“How could police and the bouncers at Cindy’s concert allow a few hooligans to hurl bottles at one of Uganda’s greatest artists? The same hooligans beat up women on women’s day for simply loving President Museveni and Bebe Cool, We expect a lot better next time from Police,” Muhoozi tweeted on Monday.

Catherine Kusasira, Full- Figure and Big Eye are some of the other artists who have fallen victim to the fans throwing bottles at them while performing during concerts.

Recently, police warned that it would be forced to ban some concerts if organizers fail to provide security measures to tackle hooliganism.

“We would like to issue a serious warning to event promoters and organizers against acts of disorder by revelers and activists burling bottles and stones during public events and in particular music concerts. We do not want to see a repeat of these ugly incidents which have the potential of putting lives of participants at greater risk,” Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga said in January.

By Josephine Kauma

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