Friday, 12 September 2014
Yesterday was the Sitya Loss press conference at Laftaz Comedy Lounge. All was going well but things went out of hand during the question and answer session.
"But we still have unprofessional people who try to drag us down because of their personal issues, Kasuku asked me for 500,000/-..." as Kenzo was still explaining, he was interrupted by Kasuku who said; "There is nothing personal here, Kenzo, you paid money to Star TV for them not to play Big Eye's music.." "I'm a journalist and I will say what I feel is right," Kasuku added.
Kenzo furiously asked Kasuku if at all he had evidence to that effect. "Do you have evidence, do you have evidence!, Kenzo continued to ask while standing up. The Sitya Loss singer just jumped on to the plastic table (leaving it broken) as he went to rain several blows on Kasuku.
The Dembe FM presenter was beaten severely, he is now nursing head and nose injuries. Chairs and bottles were broken in the melee that lasted several minutes.
Kenzo explains the mixup - In one of his shows, he said that in 2008, I paid money so that Big Eye's music should not be played, but during that time, I was sharing the same bed with Big Eye and we could also put on the same clothes. We just part ways with Big Eye in 2011. I'm a God fearing person and if it's true I paid money for Big Eye's music not to be played, then Iet God be the judge.
Meanwhile, Eddy Sendi, a co-host on Dembe FM's Kasuku live show was busy diverting attention from the issues at hand to asking his followers when they last used SKYPE.
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