Saturday, August 18 2012
The 'Akamwa Ko' star went on a searching spree for answers to his fans who were now furious and bashing him from all corners with all sorts of insults following a posting on his wall about (A) Jose Chameleone and (B)Bobi Wine which backfired.
Bebe Cool has now established that the artiste who was performing on stage with his jeans off and touching his 'privates' before revellers is none other than Tanzania's King of Bongo Flavor Afande Sele who was performing at a gig sponsored by a TZ mobile company TIGO.
After clearing that, Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool looked for the culprits behind this photo and his findings narrowed on Club Rouge's Marketing Manager Gareth Onyango and DJ Momo as the guys behind tagging him to that photo. The Big Size star charged like a wounded buffalo and attacked the two referring to Gareth as a cleaner at Club Rouge.
"hahahaha, I pity two silly fools, one works in Club Rouge as a cleaner by the names Onyango Gareth the other is a wanabe DJ mbu DJ Jojo Mimz as short as a shoe. They post a fake pic of some up-coming tz artist called Afande Saly performing at a Tigo promo in TZ to counter attack the A and B story that I posted. Only they forgot that in UG thez no tigo and Bebe is a lot mo hairy and has mob side bans. sori ma fans aint drug addicts like A and B fans. ma fans can see"
It's not clear though what yardstick was used to establish that these two were behind the photo act.
Gareth Onyango says: "If God had wanted you to talk more than listen, he would have given you two mouths and one ear."
DJ Jojo said "Grades don't measure intelligence and age doesn't define maturity. Age is just a number, maturity is a choice. Admitting you're wrong doesn't show weakness, it shows maturity."
Meanwhile, Bobi Wine who from Bebe's post is reffered to as (B) is releasing a song in under 48 hours and you can be sure it will feature his retaliation on how Bebe referred to his 'yacht' as a canoe. Watch this space!!
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