13 November 2012

Uganda: Star Trail - Chamelone, Bebe Cool in Bitter Online Battle

Over the weekend, Facebook addicts were treated to a verbal war between Bebe Cool and Jose Chameleone.

The fight was reportedly started by Chameleone at New Club Obbligato, saying Bebe Cool acts childish even at 45 (the latter maintains that he is 36).

Bebe Cool then shot back that Chameleone's show at Obbligato flopped. "Neiba was humbled to 120 pipo. Odangamu n'oyasama, ate gakyali mabaga," stated the Kamwako singer, before Chameleone fired back, saying he would get a blackboard to teach Bebe some lessons on financial management, when to open his mouth, constructive music and debt management. "...and lastly Kyadondo is toooooooo big for you. Try Capital Pub. If at 45 years you are still fumbling then you are in big trouble," Chameleone's missive read.

Bebe then referred to Jose as a P.4 dropout who cannot write on a black board. He then wrote that Jose's smoking and alleged drug abuse can cause brain damage, sleep-walking and death.

"...... not bathing always leads to itchy skin hence constant scratching of balls in public and multiple scars on your body," read part of his post. Okay, one, there are records of Chameleone attending Mengo SS and Kawempe Muslim SS, so he is not a P.4 dropout.

And that Obbligato show? It was a full house, dude. So what is the rant about? Plus, what happened to these two guys because at some point they claimed to be the best of friends?

Their Facebook followers soon jumped into the fray by their thousands, with many urging Bebe Cool to practise what he preaches in his music like Kamwako and Kasepiki, while others called on their beautiful wives to rein their hubbies in. Down boys, down!

Bobi offers Ndausi a job:

The last time Omulangira Ndausi, the chairman of Gagamel, dealt with Bobi Wine (doing jingles for him), his Gagamel boss, Bebe Cool, almost fired him. So, this time when Bobi offered him a job of emceeing during his upcoming album launch, Ndausi referred the matter to Bebe, who told him to accept on condition that Bobi pays him Shs 8m, news that left the ghetto president infuriated.

You can't blame Bobi for trying; at Chameleone's November 9 concert at New Club Obbligato where Ndausi was emcee, he said Bebe may be his boss and best friend, but when it comes to music, Chameleone is his number one. Ho! Bobi Wine will be launching his Tugambire ku Jennifer at Kyadondo rugby grounds this Friday.

Papa Cidy to launch:

Note to Papa Cidy: stand warned that it was the launch of Nakudata that led to the bitter split of Mowzey Radio and Weasel from Jose Chameleone. Now that you are also launching on December 7, please handle your boss with care, because he is fragile.

The Leone Island vice president will have his first launch at Whispers Club, Kanyanya off Gayaza road and so far, boss Chamili is very supportive. We hope the good blood lasts.

Walukagga releases another bomb:

The excitement and fame Mathias Walukagga is getting out of controversial lyrics has prompted him to release yet another bomb, this time attacking Sentebe W'ekizinga (chairman of the island).

The song attacks the chairman who doesn't fulfill his promises to the electorate but instead connives with a few individuals to steal the wealth of the island with impunity.

Walukagga, who has been in the business for decades only became a household name when he attacked city businessman Salongo 'Samona' Kasawuli in Katuleppuke and Bwiino W'omutembeyi. He rode on that success to release Tomala Gasoma and the most recent, Bakoowu.

Dora Mwima into hairstyling:

Miss Uganda 2008 Dora Mwima has ventured into the beauty parlour business. Her salon, D-Spot Hair and Beauty Unisex Palour, located at The Prism on Kampala road is set to be officially opened tonight (Wednesday). Kampalans in the modelling and fashion circles are already warming up for the invite-only event. Her

Facebook page emphasizes: "Please keep time! 6:00pm SHARP (AMERICAN TIME)!!!!"

The black beauty became Miss Uganda in 2008 and went ahead to become the face of Darling hair products in Uganda. No wonder she is now into hairstyling.

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