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Wednesday, July 18 2012

Jose Chameleone enjoying mangoes at the National Theatre
Musicians and film makers held a meeting with the Kampala Metropolitan boss Andrew Kaweesi at the National Theatre yesterday protesting those that pirate their music.

This followed the tax body Uganda Revenue Authority issuing notices to some of the big names in the industry to pay taxes out of their recently held shows. Musicians retaliated by saying that they will not pay the said taxes if their music is being pirated.

The police boss promised to enforce the crack down. A few weeks back, policemen and members of the Uganda Performing Right Society (UPRS) were faced with resistance as the tried to crack down on the music pirates down town.

The Anti-piracy protest lasted several hours that when Chameleone saw a mango vendor within the vicinity, he called the lady who put the mangoes right on top of the bonnet of the BMW that was donated to him by Meddie Ssentongo.

The star who was very hungry at the time did not waste any minute in crushing the nutritiously rich fruit which was not even ripe. 

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