MC Kats given 2 weeks to clear 3Million or lose his DMC Harrier
November 06, 2019 11:10 PM @ugandaonline
MC Kats on his convertible that he pulled out after his DMC Harrier was impounded following a minor accident over the weekend
Celebrated city MC, Edwin Katamba aka MC Kats is not a happy man after his DMC Harrier knocked another car (UBE series) belonging to an investor while he reversed out of the Wave Lounge parking lot. This happened on Saturday.
The visibly tired MC pulled out of the car and tried apologizing now that the damage was minor, but the other driver was not taking any of that, he wanted his car repaired and unfortunately for Kats, this car was to be repaired from Toyota Uganda and not Kiseka market like he had hoped.
Katamba, who has just parted ways with Pearl of Africa Hotel, after his earnings dropped from 8Million to under 3Million for his celebrity night was in a bad mood while interviewing the folks from Swangz Avenue.
"I tried talking to the guy telling him that we are all tired, and he should let me go, but he did not take any of that, I left the car behind and now I am in my black convertible..." Kats said.
That was then, and his only problem at the time was him not having his Harrier that had now been impounded by Kira Road Police.
Efforts of having to get his car from police on Wednesday were met with fresh, shocking demands, which was a bill from Toyota Uganda to the tune of 3Million, valid for two weeks.
He dashed to Instagram to share his woes with his fans.
Mc Kats strikes a pose next to his Harrier and inset is the 3Million invoice from Toyota Uganda
"This is thuggery Ugandans. So on Saturday, I scratched some dude's car as I reversed. It was a small scratch and lucky enough, there was a police officer and a Wave Lounge security and the manager saw it."
"So this guy has combined with Toyota Uganda to rob me. How can you ask for 3Million shillings, really?!!"
"Please help and share this to whom it may concern."
Fellow presenter, Douglas Lwanga on Wednesday tried to appeal to drivers out there to be lenient when such a thing happens, he also asked the offenders to be polite as that could make a difference as opposed to being arrogant.