Saturday, November 08 2014
Weasel's pregnant girl friend, Samira Tumi, is still in shock after what Weasel is terming as goons came to their Makindye Neverland home and beat up a guard who denied them access to the premises.
Neverland house is owned by Jeff Kiwa, Radio and Weasel but from the time the singing duo fired Kiwa as their manager, there is an ongoing court case to determine how this property matter will be resolved. More of that here: Radio, Weasel Secure Court Order to Evict Jeff.
It's not clear why Jeff had to go to the property well knowing that there is an order that stops him from doing so, but anyway, he together with Pallaso went to Neverland to shoot their latest video from there. The guard, Senyondo, denied them access. This was when Pallaso and Jeff and two others forced their way in and beat him very badly in the process.
As the battering was going on, Samira was busy recording the proceedings with her cell phone. Jeff told her not to record anything, but this alerted one of the fellows who was in action to throw an object at Samira smashing window glasses in the process.
Police was able to swing into action and Jeff Kiwanuka of Team No Sleep Entertainment Crew was arrested for assault and battery charges. Yesterday, Pallaso had to hand himself in after police men made 'life very difficult' for his wife as they asked her to produce Pallaso. She is in Uganda for the first time checking on her hubby who has been around for at least seven months. The sight of mean looking cops who wanted to arrest Pallaso made her freak out.
Meanwhile, pundits are keenly observing the pace at which Pallaso was arrested, arraigned in court and had he failed to raise the bail money, he would be in Luzira by now just like the other accomplices. Could this be the reason Pallaso is now trying to bring up the Karamagi issue?
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