Tuesday, April 06 2010
Now this is not funny. As predicted Chameleone was to defy the doctors and go out on various Easter shows that were being advertised. The money was so tempting that the Bayuda Star had to fall for it. If Chameleone had kept indoors during the Easter season, he could have lost close to 20m.
A few weeks back, metals were removed from his leg and was advised to have ample rest but Dr. Chameleone simply rubbished all this and took to the stage. He was in Entebbe Resort Beach for Easter when a group of guys attacked him and hit the legs where it hurt most and also cut his hand with a bottle.
Jose had to take off to Kitooro police station which happened to be in the vicinity but he injured his legs the more. He was later taken to a clinic to treat a wound he had just sustained on his arm.
The star never ceases to amuse, there after he made his way back to the venue just because he did not want to let down his fans and one Mr. Chopper who had hired him. On Easter Monday, his leg was bleeding profusely but he still wanted to go to Masaka for a performance and then back to Kiwatule to join Bebe Cool for the East African Carnival.
There were a number of artistes to perform during Easter so Chameleone asked his manager to find out what time they will be performing. The manager came back to Chameleone and informed him that after three artistes have performed, it will be them to perform, so Chameleone made his way to the back stage but as he went through the crowd, one person who he initially thought was a fan jumped on him and grabbed his neck.
Chameleone was able to over power him. He asked Chameleone that can I have my things? Chameleone wondered what things this guy was talking of! Within no time, bottles were flying all over the place that the star got hit on the arm. It was his bouncers that came to his rescue at this time as the crowd was closing in on Chameleone. The case has been registered at Entebbe Police Station under file no: SD 21/04/2010.
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