Wednesday, February 10 2016
The Dembe singer is not a happy man. Just after letting whoever cared to know that his Dembe song was not being played on several music platforms, Bobi Wine woke up to the shocking news that his studio had been broken into. What was lost? The people who broke in made off with several cigars and matters were made worse when his unreleased music was stolen too.
"We shot the Ndi MunaUganda video recently and it was supposed to be released just after Feb 18 to inspire unity among Ugandans despite different political affiliations, but as it stands now, the video won't be released anytime soon."
He went on to explain that all he has now regarding the stolen video are just still pictures. "I can't imagine redoing it, it was very expensive and very hectic," he concluded.
When this got to the Fire Base fans, the were quick to tell him that it was the video that was stolen and not the idea, they were more than prepared to do a "Ettoffali" contribution towards the project so that the video can still be released at the very time he was set to launch it.
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