Tuesday, January 05 2016
Updated: Shs 20m was contribution for Kats and Fille wedding which is about to take place.
Celebrated city MC Edwin Katamba who recently changed his name to Doro Kats is not a happy man after the Rich Gang Crew promised him Shs 20 million as a contribution for his wedding party, but it appears to be an empty promise. Fille's baby daddy has singled out Zari's ex, Ivan Semwanga, saying that he's not rich and had it not been for his "efforts", he would not be known.
It should be recalled that Ivan was forced to pay $10,000 in the theft and assault case from a car dealer who had vowed to take him down, their troubles stem from a woman. That has left a huge dent on him bearing in mind that he was not prepared to dish it out that way, he prefers to throw it around as revellers fight to pick it.
MC Kats is now a bitter man and regretting why he did not pick some of that money Ivan was throwing on the dance floors and yet he was very close to him being the MC.
The MC who has also tried his luck at singing was told to go to Serena Hotel for his payment but while there, he sat for several hours and after the long wait, he was told to come back the next day.
Meanwhile, as the dad of over ten waited at Serena Hotel, the Sangoma's were constantly drinking or having a steam bath, sauna not forgetting a 'Do Not Disturb' tag on their hotel doors. Matters were made worse when his right hand man, Katsha failed to make it to Kampala due to the fraud case.
"4 years back I met this hungry man for fame called Ivan S aka Rich Gang mbu...through my old time friend, Zari. They promised me too much, I could be driving a Lamborghini by now..." Below is his full post
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