Wednesday, September 16 2015
It all started with an article about Pallaso's Mukono show that showed empty chairs, the same article was shared on star singer Juliana Kanyomozi's facebook page. This did not go down well with Pallaso's fans and other entertainment enthusiasts who asked the Kalibatanya singer to keep off from cheap games and just do good music.
She very quickly got wind of this and apologized to Pallaso saying she has deep respect for all artists.
"My digital team made a mistake earlier and accidentally shared an article about Pallaso on my page. It was unfortunate, but that shouldn't in any way give you a right to start spreading such gossip. The mistake was immediately corrected. I have deep respect for all my fellow artists and it's not about to change."
"We live in a digital world and mistakes like that can happen. My sincere apologies to Pallaso. You know I have mad respect for you bro."
Meanwhile, Pallaso, real name Pius Mayanja has also responded to the said article;
"Shame upon the writer of Kampala Sun who wrote the story saying my Mukono Colin hotel show was a flop !! You are such a disgrace to Uganda and the entire music industry in fact your birth must have been a flop !! You even took time to come to the venue early to take pictures of the chairs before people sat !! You have ruined the credibility of a very highly respected news paper.."
"If the fans want to buy toilet paper they know exactly where to find it so please don't you ever try to sell false stories again and I kindly beg Ugandan media to please be selective and hire very highly qualified and unbiased people to do the Job, some of your reporters fall victim to small pocket change. By the way you also have customers in Mukono that attended the show who wake up and read this garbage!"
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