Tuesday, March 10 2015
It was a fully packed show that left Irene Namatovu in tears, she could not believe the Entebbe road based mall was filled to capacity. All was going well with the long list of artistes performing at least two songs each, but when Eddy Kenzo got on stage, he did his two songs, Sitya Loss and Jambole and then, went on to perform the third one.
The DJ decided to let the song play after all Kenzo was already thrilling his fans, but one of the event organisers, Ronnie, pulled the plug cable interrupting his session in the process. This was when his bouncers trounced on him, they were joined by Kenzo but during the scuffle, he managed to take off and seek refuge in the changing rooms.
The furious Kenzo came pursuing him like a wounded bull but due to the security detail around the changing rooms and back stage, the bouncers were able to stop him. (Inset, Kenzo is being stopped from accessing the changing rooms.)
Kenzo was later dragged out of the mall and off he drove towards Entebbe. Ronnie is not considering to press charges at this time. It should be recalled that in September last year, Kenzo beat up Isaac Katende who unfortunately for him, he did not see it coming thus raining several blows on him..
At least Ronnie after a while, he took for his dear life but this was not possible for Katende also known as Kasuku, he was crawling while the Jambole singer was unleashing his wrath.
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