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Chameleone rocks with his Bolingo ya Nzambe dance amidst his V8 troubles

April 15, 2020 12:35 AM @ugandaonline

Chameleone is in advanced stages of releasing the Bolingo ya Nzambe video but the dance moves he pulled in the trailer for the gospel song will  make you look forward to the video...

Chameleone next to his impounded Land Cruiser V8

Chameleone seen on a bike that he will be using during the lockdown after his V8 ride was impounded

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Star singer Joseph Mayanja aka Chameleone is a bitter man after his most treasured ride a Land Cruiser V8 is not part of the cars parked at his Sseguku crib, but at URA headquarters in Nakawa after the authorities impounded it on Easter Monday.

The Bolingo ya Nzambe singer promised to avail the docs relating to the South Sudanese registered ride after a heated argument, but looks like he failed on his promise leaving the enforcement officers with no choice but to impound the Mpekoni ride.

The dad of six has not come out yet to comment on the latest development, but instead, he is working on the Bolingo ya Nzambe video that will be premiered on YouTube very shortly.

In the short trailer that he shared on his wall, Chameleone is seen pulling a stroke with his right leg that will leave you yearning for more and therefore, looking forward to the video.

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In the short trailer that he shared on his wall, Chameleone is seen pulling a stroke with his right leg that will leave you yearning for more and therefore, looking forward to the video.

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Bolingo Ya Nzambe is a gospel song from Congo meaning The Love of God. He has delivered it so well reminding us of the Chameleone of back then, who is not only good at Luganda, Swahili and English songs, but he has done one in a Shona language from Zimbabwe and now, Lingala from Congo.

Congolese fans have since been showering him with love from the time he released the audio three weeks back.

"This is the Jose Chameleone we have been missing. Piga Sauti."

"The only musician, I have seen and heard who sings Luganda, Swahili, English and now Lingala the way it's supposed to be sung, true legend he is so ahead of his time his Ugandan though don't get it twisted."

"Now this is Jose Chameleone back to his roots. I don't understand a word but pulled in my the tune, the composure, melody and emotion in the voice," Comedian Napoleone Ehmah added.

Chameleone's ride at URA offices

Chameleone's ride at URA offices in Nakawa

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