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Weasel fires his long time serving manager, Chagga

16 MAR 2018 10:15 PM


Inset is Weasel and his now former manager, Chagga



Douglas Mayanja aka Weasel has fired his long time manager, Chagga with claims that he is being forced to perform when he is still mourning his partner, Moze Radio who passed on last month.

While appearing on local telly, Weasel made his point clear that he had fired Kyagambidwa Geoffrey aka Chagga.

"I am sorry to say this but I had tried to be strong after the death of Moze Radio, but someone stresses me to work hard. You can’t make me work when am stressed. As for now you are fired," Weasel stated.

Chagga explains what exactly happened;

"First, I put a letter terminating any arrangements with Bryan White, then several people, including the late Moze Radio's mom called me wondering why I was doing such a thing to a man who had done so much for the fallen singer, and, he continues doing so by completing the unfinished house and the grave."

Weasel is now performing with Bryan White at the various Bryan White Foundation programs with the latest being Mbarara, Kacheka Stadium.

"The Bryan White programs are clashing with the events that Weasel was supposed to be performing at, I'm now a wanted man for receiving money for events where Weasel was a no show," Chagga added.

Unfortunately for Chagga, the money that was received for the shows that Weasel failed to turn up was used to shoot Weasel's Tokyayitaba video.


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