Tuesday, 13 November 2012
As all this was going on, Omubanda Wa Kabaka, Bobi Wine was returning from Sudan where he was given a free ride in a chopper to a Juba police to help with investigations but on coming back to Kampala, he returned to a rude welcome.
The Tugambire Ku Jenipher posters had been pulled down and replaced with other posters redirecting fans to KK Beach and Lido Beach on the same date of his album launch. This made the Ghetto gladiator mad that he dashed to his wall and other media stations to put the record straight:
"Ladies and Gentlemen, Iam officially announcing that I don't have any show at KK Beach. Whoever has reproduced my launch posters and is advertising that Im in some kind of competition at KK Beach Vs Another artist at Lido Beach on the same date, is out of his mind.." Bobi Wine wrote.
Bobi is now pursuing those behind the sabotage but at the same time asking Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) to show cause why his 'Tugambire Ku Jennifer' posters were pulled down even before 16.Nov.2012, the date for the launch and yet he had paid them in full.
Bebe Cool and Jose Chameleone held their album launches already and are right now engaged a cyber war on who had a better crowd. Bobi Wine is already looking at alternatives should his show flop, he will take on KK Beach and KCCA for trying to confuse his fans who have vowed to come in big numbers.
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