Thursday, October 23 2014
Ibrahim Mayanja aka Big Eye is still in shock following his Toyota Noah (UAS 592 U) that got burnt on Monday morning. While appearing on a local TV, Big Eye explained what happened hours before the attack. He also appealed to whoever he hurt to find room in their heart to forgive him.
"I was part of the artistes who performed at the Busabala Festival but the DJ kept on stopping my music midway, something that my official DJ could not do. I kept my calm until after the performance, I decided to go and find out why he behaved that way, but he was more than prepared to fight."
"The car was parked at my studio in Makindye which doubles as the Big Music offices. I heard a bang thinking these were thieves so I opened the sitting room door only to see smoke all over with my car in flames. I don't know who is behind this. These guys took nothing and whatever was in the car got burnt. Before setting it ablaze, they were hooting so that I can come out but on realizing that I was not about to, they decided to set the car ablaze."
Police is doing it's job.
I don't have any suspect in mind. "My brothers and sisters who write news please don't mislead our audience.There is no where I said that Kenzo burnt my car. Let's leave the police to do it's job. Kenzo is my brother from another mother."
While making his statement at the police station, the investigating officer asked him if at all he had any issues with any one or he suspected that anyone could be behind this, he mentioned some names but that was more than three years back, and that is how some names appeared in the press.
Big Eye was signed to Eddie Kenzo's Big Talent before going solo. It should be recalled that the fight between Eddie Kenzo and Kasuku was linked to Big Eye.
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