Monday, September 01 2014
This time around, the show was live at Bat Valley. "Uganda loves those who have come and done something and off they go, not those who are busy explaining why they have failed to do certain things..." Bobi who came in a bit late Said. He added that what had been discussed earlier was rubbish.
Bobi went on to explain that we came to this world to change it into a better place, before being interrupted by Eddy Sendi, a top music critic; "We cannot change nature!"
"This forum is for the betterment of music, and I will prefer to stick to issues that are developmental other than Katto Lubwama belittling me."
This was when Katto came out of his shell;
"No no no no I know a good artist and a pretender, now if we are talking about artists who inspire others musically and not economically, you are not among them, and here Iam telling you the truth and all you say is that I'm belittling you."
The show was forced to be switched off as Kato had now started exchanging bitter words with Bobi Wine's fans who were equally telling him off.
I'm the best in my family and yet I had the worst voice, but today, I'm even more popular than Kato Lubwama's best, Eddie Yawe. Matters were made worse when Kato Lubwama said that even Nubian Lee, was better than Bobi Wine, this resulted in more bitter exchanges, mostly from the audience. Kato ended up using words like Nyoxx, forcing the show to go off air.
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