Friday, August 10 2012
Moze Radio and Weasel TV have for sometime not been on good terms with their manager Jeff Kiwanuka. Moze Radio and Weasel left Leone Island headed by Jose Chameleone way back in 2008 and decided to rock the music industry. Nakudata was their first hit. Moze and Weasel decided to concentrate on music while they assigned Jeff to handle all the deals and the business.
Jeff went ahead to register the Goodlyfe Entertainment as a limited company under his name co-owned by Radio and Weasel with Jeff having 60% shares while Moze Radio and Weasel had 15% each and the 10% was open to investors. The duo were at the time excited with the money that had started trickling in and were not bothered to scroll through the small fonts.
With Jeff being the majority share holder, it means he owns most of the property the duo have acquired since 2008 which include the incomplete Makindye mansion which has an entire floor to Jeff, vehicles and several land titles. Moze and Weasel have all along been planning to opt out of the arrangement but did not want to leave empty handed.
Moze Radio and Weasel were both backup vocalists for Jose Chameleone under the Leone Island before they broke off to start the Goodlyfe Crew. They later proved to be a force to reckon with several hits under their tireless efforts that include 'Nakudata', 'Zuena', 'Nyambura' and 'Dudu' which was playing most of the time in the Big Brother StarGame house.
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