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Monday, February 06 2012

Coco Finger in his latest BMW after disposing off the Golf
The rate at which the Don't Break My Heart artiste is buying old cars is alarming and at this rate he is not about to stop paying environment tax if that is anything to go by. He was seen in Ntinda driving the open roof old BMW.

The two cars may be old going by the year of manufacture. The Golf is a model 1985 which was disposed off paving way to a BMW model 1990. The BMW has been on road for a solid 22 years including the years before exporting it to Uganda.

Coco Finger might not have acquired a car with the latest number plates which are currently in the range of UAQ and UAR series, but instead got in UAP series. This means that by Ugandan standards, the car has gone through some good customers before being passed on to him.

His track Don't Break My Heart was a few months back banned from airing on NTV until they removed keywords; 'Agataliiko Nfuufu', and Tuulatwogele which are popular programs on BukeddeTV. They were advised together with Emma Carlos, his manager to edit them out and resubmit for review.

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