Wednesday, 08 July 2015
Bobi Wine was on record when he came out to support Eddy Kenzo and as you all may be aware, Kenzo has won and now, the Kigwa Leero singer is asking his supporters to do the same for Bebe Cool. Bobi Wine adds that if Bebe Cool wins the video of the year award, he may become well behaved.
"I'm encouraging my fans to vote for Bebe Cool because we want Uganda music to go far no matter who gets to benefitt. He is ill mannered and if Ugandans show him some support, may be he will become well behaved."
As expected, this did not go down well with Bebe Cool who quickly shot back;
"Drugs drugs drugs, I always will say drugs are bad because they lead you to do so many mistakes and they even make some people think and see themselves where they are not."
"Now this music failure comes up to say am ill mannered, hmm mm. Emitwe gino!
"You are a married man still having live s3x with any girl in the clubs and bringing your wife kids, you promote drugs, you don't have good music, you can't speak english, you're local, you stay far from town and you brand a BIG MAN nominated in #mama.mtv.com awards with great music like Go Mama Album ill mannered
"By the way, I thought fans are for musicians with good music, little did I know there are fans for big mouths, and just to remind you, voting for Bebe Cool is by academy, on internet, for the learned, with MBs, and those who can press buttons.
"I know you're seeking attention but wrong move boy and to all fans of this TONTOMIST, please don't vote for me because you will vote wrongly and we might lose. Those who support me let's go."
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