Thursday, July 02 2015
It's not the first time Bebe Cool is saying this and certainly won't be the last. On Wednesday, the 'Byebyo' singer reiterated his position on Eddy Kenzo branding him an upcoming artist even after winning the BET's viewer's choice, International category-Africa award.
Highlights of Bebe Cool's message:
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Eddy Kenzo is not the first Ugandan to be nominated in the BET awards, but he is the first Ugandan to win a BET award, and also the first African to win the BET Viewer's International choice award (Africa), because, that particular category was only introduced in the just concluded awards.
Kenzo still has to prove to a small section of fans who are bent on the fact that had it not been for the kids in the Sitya Loss video, it would not rank that high in YouTube views. In his message, the Byebyo singer, Bebe Cool, says he does not want to achieve any awards for mercy reasons, but it should be his music to stand for him.
"Today I want to urge Ugandans and East Africans as a whole that I don't want to achieve any awards for mercy reasons but my music to stand for me. As a musician, I have done my duty to do music that can get us into the MTV level of competition, and at this level, the rest depends on my country to achieve that award."
If you feel am good and I deserve this Award, if you feel you care about your country winning this award, if you feel East Africa deserves this award, if you feel you love Bebe Cool, Keep voting for 'Love you Everyday' in the on going MTV Africa Music awards 2015, Video of the Year category here: mama.mtv.com/voting..
He then went on to launch his latest 'Byebyo' video.
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