Thursday, 25 September 2014
The Ghetto gladiator, Bobi Wine, was yesterday hosting the Buganda premier at his Busabala based One Love Beach. Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga was in areas of Makindye division for the tombs fundraising drive commonly known as Etofaali.
He also toured some establishments and met children from local primary schools. The hosts, Bobi Wine and his wife, Barbie together with their children were all dressed in a regalia befitting the occasion.
It's been a busy week for Bobi. As you may all be aware, Hon Ruhakana Rugunda replaced Hon. Amama Mbabazi as Prime Minister prompting words like;
"When I sang in 2008, Rt. Hon. Amama Mbabazi loved the song and tended to use it so much in his public speeches, I felt honored. However, Hon. Should have listened to this line in Akalimu ....Totunula mu sowani ya boss wo."
This was followed by several bashing messages. The Time Bomb singer bounced back with another post. "Okay, let me put this straight, I did not blast the former Prime Minister, I have so much respect for my leaders and I would never utter any statement to demean them whatsoever, and in this case, I was just relating some prophesies in my songs to current events."
However, as he was trying to get to terms with this, Bebe Cool was equally faced with fire from South Sudan for a comment he made, it rubbed a section of fans the wrong way.
Bobi Wine used the moment to shift attention from his Amama-talk to the Bebe SS-Saga. He went on to give Bebe Cool just a week to apologize to the South Sudan fans.
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