MC Kats escapes from rehab, now under Pastor Bugembe's custody
January 21, 2020 9:48 PM @ugandaonline
MC Kats has found solace at Pastor Bugembe's church after escaping from a rehab where he had been booked a couple of days back. He is bitter that 3million shillings was paid just for him to feed on posho and water...
MC Kats escapes from a rehab, finds solace at Pastor Bugembe's church
Celebated city MC, Edwin Katamba aka MC Kats has been going through so much lately ever since his UK tour that saw him reveal his long kept secret.
The dad of six went public about his status in a bid to tackle stigma, though before doing that, his actions left a lot to be desired.
He gave out land to various people, including Bebe Cool and Rajiv Ruparelia, but close friends followed this to the latter and decided to take him to a rehab.
The problem is that the first attempt to take him to rehab was mishandled, they deployed a police pick up something that he refuted with claims that he was not a thief.
It was later decided that he (MC Kats) be taken in an ambulance for further check up something that he accepted and a video was shared to that effect.
Three days at the rehab, MC Kats found his way out by jumping the wall sustaining serious injuries on his legs in the process.
His next stop was at Pastor Bugembe's church and while there, he said that for those claiming that he has run out of his minds, church is the right place to be and that he was not willing to leave.
He made those around him laugh when he told them of how he was enjoying passion juice as opposed to water, posho and rice at the rehab.
Kats was very bitter that his very own mother and a few others, had paid Shs 3million for him to be admitted at a rehab and while there, the medication he was given were the drugs he has been taking for the last thirteen years, so he did not see the point of keeping him there for a month.
During the Sunday service at Pastor Bugembe's church, Kats was the special guest and he had a lot to share, including giving his life to Christ and how he was going to use his plight to support the youth out there with the help of the United Nations.
They later prayed for him. Pastor Bugembe said that after a long discussion with him, it was agreed that he keeps under his custody for some time, police should not come looking for him and the hospital authorities should equally not come for him as he was doing just fine at the church.