Friday, November 08 2013
The Goodlyfe Crew are bitter with the Vision Group's CEO, Robert Kabushenga who they claim is having an influence on whether or not the Battle of Champions will be held on Dec 6, 2013 at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds. It should also be noted that on the same day, Jamaican star, Glendale Goshia Gordon aka Busy Signal will be performing at Lugogo Cricket Oval which is just a stone's throw away from Kyadondo.
Both camps are still stuck to their guns and promise that the shows will go on as planned. However, the Goodlyfe Crew through their latest wall post claim that it's Robert Kabushenga who is influencing the cancellation of the Battle in favour of The Busy Signal show.
"So Robert Kabushenga is fighting tooth and nail to influence the Uganda Police to cancel the long awaited 'Battle of Champions' between Radio and Weasel VS. Bebe Cool in favour of a competitive concert on the same day because of his grudges with both the artists."
This is not the first time the Goodlyfe Crew are falling out with Vision Group boss. They composed a song; 'Ba Customer' directly attacking the Vision boss. Their music was later banned from playing on any of the Vision stations that include TVs and Radio stations.
In their post they add: "If Kabushenga is in charge of the youth in Uganda and talent is one of the major exports Uganda has at the moment, which, apparently Kabushenga is fighting in favour of foreign material, you wonder where this country is heading, but we shall fight to the last man if it means so."
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