Thursday, January 31 2013
Following the official communication confirming the split of the Crackers Comedy group last Monday, the Crackers founder Patrick Idringi aka Salvador who is currently in South Africa for a comedy stint dashed to his wall to comment on the split, and in his message he says:
"When a child leaves home to Start their own Journey, a father has nothing but Love and Support. Bigup to my Boys Ssebakigye, Prince, Dolibondo and My girl Cotilda. Laftaz Comedy Lounge is the Place to be this Evening....Rahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh"
These words were at first taken in positively as words of encouragement now that Salvador was even drumming up support for the group by saying that Laftaz Comedy group was the place to be that evening but the issue of being called 'boys' has left Prince Emmah and Dolibondo disturbed to which they are terming as a bad statement with no good intention.
Prince Emmah was the first to react: "On a serious note, I think I don't deserve to be called anyone's son in Comedy!! I have no comedy father. A father is someone who gives you life or introduces you to a new life!! I started performing in P.5 at the age of 11....at that time I never knew that I would even meet some people..then later they refer to me as 'my son' in comedy!! My son??!! Hahahahahaaaa....apaana."
Dolibondo rolled his eyes and swung into action too: "We agreed to work together despite the misunderstandings we had and RESPECT is what we needed not DISRESPECT. OTUMANYIDE NYO. I discovered and introduced myself to this industry." Watch this space!
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