Friday, March 20 2015
Following the death of AK47, it was a ''public holiday'' for some schools like Lweza SSS that are next to the parish where the memorial service was held, the students did not attend class that day as they were paying their last respects to Chameleone's young brother, Emmanuel Mayanja.
The students together with some locals were seen running in all directions just to see which star had come to grace the occasion, Pallaso and his US based wife arrived a bit late for the Wednesday service, but making their way through the crowd was no easy task.
On Thursday, the day AK47 was to be laid to rest, people lined up along the roadside just see off a long convoy of mostly black SUV's plus the hearse vehicles making their way to Mityana. Chameleone was using the black range rover, which he recently gave to Daniella, but, under tight security as the majority of mourners had never gotten the chance to be that close to him, the majority wanted a handshake moment with their star.
Mean looking bouncers armed with huge sticks were seen struggling with the crowd to try and pave way and in some instances, they could even beat those that proved to be a nuisance. "We have come to pay our last respects and all you do is to beat us," One was over heard.
Chameleone has been worked up from Monday, the time when his brother collapsed and to avoid causing a scene at the funeral, Chameleone opted to keep indoors as the burial went on, of course, to avoid more drama and problems.
Some mourners wanted to force their way into the house where Chameleone had taken refuge, but they could not beat the security.
Meanwhile, mourners were shocked by the state of the Mayanja's ancestral home. A family of four musicians; Chameleone, Weasel, AK47 (rip) and Pallaso, they ought to have put up a better structure. Matters were made worse when the MC cautioned mourners from using the latrine lest they end up with another problem all together, they resorted to using the nearby bush.
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