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I will do anything to protect Moze Radio's property-Weasel

31 May 2018 2:05 PM @ugandaonline


I will do anything to protect Mozr Radio's property-Weasel

Weasel - Moze Radio worked for his children and not his brother..


A few days back, social media was awash with the news of the ‘Good Over Evil’ singer, Weasel, aka Douglas Mayanja fighting with Frank Sekibogo over Moze Radio’s property.

Apparently, Frank and other relatives had earlier been at the Makindye Neverland house where they took some items that belonged to the late Moze Radio, at the time, Weasel was not at home when it happened, but when they came back for more items, Frank did not like it as Weasel had to deal with him accordingly and in the process, Frank’s car hind windscreen was smashed.

Yesterday, Weasel was appearing on NBS TV to premiere his ‘Good Over Evil’ video, he also cleared a few issues;

“I travelled over this earth with Radio, through brokenness and wealth, we stood together. My lawyers had advised me not to talk about this. However, for the sake of my fans, let me put this clear. Radio worked for his children and not his brother,” 

He continues; 

“I’m ready to die for them. Some of them have been sending me threats, but if I was dead, I know, Moze would not allow anyone take my children’s property. Can you imagine after Radio died, they came and carried away his TV, fridge? I was asking myself where do they expect Radio’s children to watch cartoons. I never wanted to talk about this,” He added.

The show host Douglas Lwanga asked him why he has been so furious lately when it comes to the fans, this was his take;

“I lost my brother. People should forgive me if I am too harsh. They are putting too much pressure on me yet I’m grieving. I lost my brother AK 47. Within a short time, I have lost another. May be they also want me dead.”



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