31 August 2014

Rwanda: Guma Guma Ends in Style As Jay Polly Is Crowned Winner

IT was a moment of ecstasy when renowned Hiphop artiste Jay Polly was announced as Primus Guma Guma Super star (PGGS4)winner at Amohoro stadium on Saturday evening.

Jay Polly's win was received with ululations and wild celebrations from the crowd.

The tough gang crew member who seemed not surprised by his triumph thanked his fans for the support and urged them to support fellow artiste Bull Dog in the next season of PGGS.

Jay Polly bagged Rwf24 million and a full set of music equipment.

The excited musician was handed a dummy cheque of Rwf24m by the minister of Sports and Culture, Joseph Habineza

The top three contestants walked away with a full set of music equipment each.

Dream Boys came in second place and walked away with Rwf7.5million; ladies favourite Bruce Melodie came in third place and bagged Rwf 7 million.

Other contestants:

Diana Teta came in the tenth place and took home Rwf500,000 behind Young Grace who got Rwf1million after emerging 9th.

Sendri international hit was in the eighth place and walked away with Rwf1.5 million, Julies Sentore came in seventh place to win Rwf 2m. The Care hit maker Amag The Black was in the six position taking home Rwf2.5 million, Active got Rwf 3milion after emerging fifth as Christopher took the fourth position to win Rwf 3.5m.

The main performances that started at 7:30pm were delayed a bit because of rain. However, despite the bad weather, the turn up was good.

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