Boda Boda cyclists in Seguku have asked legendary musician, cum Politician Jose Chameleon to apologize to them all if he wants his Gwanga Mujje concert to be a success.
The concert was set to take place yesterday at the Lugogo Cricket Oval. However, a heavy downpour ensured within the very area, breaking all tents and setting of the venue.
Upon reaching the venue, Chameleon immediately postponed the event to February 24th sending pundits of pessimism into enormous laughter.
“We shall be back on February 24th, bigger and better.” Chameleon said.
Musicians such as Gravity Omutujju who have been having a long spell of beef with the music legend bursted into comic laughter saying the loss serves Chameleon right.
Also stand up comedian Rein (Omusoyisoyi) was forced to play a skit ridiculing Jose Chameleon’s show. He alleged in his comic stunt that the boda boda cyclist who was recently beaten by Chameleon had done witchcraft that saw the concert flopping.
Chameleon is said to have beaten the cyclist last month in Seguku after a traffic impase.
On Saturday morning, Entebbe Post reached out to cyclists at the Boda Boda Stage in Seguku where Chameleon is said to have beaten one of them.
The jolly riders told this website that it was high time the musician apologized to them before the next show or else, “he is bound to see much more than just a flopping show.”
Ismail Katende, one of the cyclists said, it is time celebrities stop disrepecting them and “this serves as an example to other people. Chamili must come and apologize. We are ready to forgive him.”
Another cyclist said, God gave the desiring punishment to the musician even when they do not wish him bad.
“He is one of us and we appreciate his music. He however must be disciplined.” he said.
It remains unclear on whether Chameleon’s show flopped because of witchcraft. The musician has been on the Ugandan Chats for more than 25 years.
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