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Singer Qute Kaye caught with a stolen car part

24 May 2018 2:25 PM @ugandaonline


Qute Kaye with the stolen part and inset is the singer at the 77DOGS in Rubaga


Singer Qute Kaye caught with a stolen car part

Faded singer Qute Kaye of the Ginkese fame was this morning caught in areas around Busega with an indicator that had been plucked off a Toyota Harrier.

The singer who last year was part of the born again Christians that joined Pastor Kayanja's 77DOGS shocked many when a pic  of his clad in dirty jeans with the car indicator appeared online.

In the pic, the singer looks a shadow of his former self. Matters of artists can mean to be confusing at times, a section of fans think this is a video shoot though the vast majority are feeling sorry for the lad.


"I don't know why am even crying, I feel sorry for this young man, something is not right with him, he really needs help, may God have mercy upon him, he was such a talented young and energetic man why can't his fellow musicians help him out." One wrote.

"This must have been a video shoot, I still don't believe it has come to this with all the sugar mummies running after him," Another added.

"That is his new video #Ndimulalu, can't you see that the little kids who are watching are not an angry mob."

Whatever it is, Qute Kaye should come out and clear the space as and when he is able to do so.


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