Bryan White bankrolls Weasel, to pay him double per show
6 FEB 2018 2:00 PM
Bryan White, DJ Pius and Weasel
The late Moze Radio singing partner, Weasel, real name Douglas Mayanja has fallen into things, he is now a Bryan White Foundation ambassador and will be paid a price for two (Radio and Weasel), but Radio's portion will go to his mom, Jane Kasubo.
The CEO Bryan White Foundation, Brian Kirumira aka Bryan White revealed this as he was meeting a group of artists from Rwanda who had come to pay respect to the fallen singer, he also gave them $5000 to help with their various musical projects.
During the meeting, Radio and Weasel music was playing in the background, Bryan White told them that as far as he was concerned, Moze Radio was still very much around, but in another world that's why you can hear his music.
"I have heard people saying that Weasel is finished without Moze Radio or wondering what the life of Weasel will be following the death of his singing partner, Weasel is okay. He is going to perform at all Bryan White Foundation charity events and he will be paid the way we would have paid them if they were still a duo."
It should be recalled that during the time when Moze Radio was admitted at Case Hospital, socialite Bryan White paid Shs 25million towards his medical bills, paid the nurse who was in charge shs 5million. That was not all, he also said that the subsequent medical bills were to be forwarded to him.
Unfortunately, Moze did not make it. Bryan White using his black Tundra drove to Mulago hospital mortuary where Moze's body was being treated, but was denied access, he lost his cool and some of his bouncers were injured in the process.
During the burial, the socialite was conspicuously missing in Nakawuka where the Obudde singer was buried, he explained that he had intelligence some people wanted to hurt him.
"Some people are doing everything to bring me down, when you do good, not everyone appreciates, so they will do all sorts of things to discredit you. I personally met Radio and Weasel when they were starting their music career, they told me of how they had nothing, but were bent on pursuing their dreams, I gave them Shs 1million.."
"So when you say I was showing off at Mulago Hospital, I wonder," He concluded.