Saturday, March 12 2016
This Saturday, Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool, 38, was a guest on the 90.4 Dembe FM Talk N Talk show hosted by Kasuku. The 2-hour-show had an extra hour added to accommodate the various views, it was held at Bat Valley Theatre.
Bebe Cool addressed a number of issues that included his personal life, his music and the Tubonga Nawe aspect among others. Bebe Cool came under fire for being arrogant but his response was that he is always speaking facts and facts are bitter. This is what I told Zuena after she had left me; "I slept with her [the other girl] but I will never do it again," she forgave me and came back to my life.
Bebe Cool went on to say that much as his father was a minister, he grew up through hardships as he was staying with his mom who wasn't that well off.
Asked about the 400M President Museveni gave the artistes, Bebe Cool who was dishing out 50K notes to whoever impressed him said that over 50 artistes were lent that money through the Uganda Musicians Circle 2 and he has the proof of whoever borrowed that money because he recorded them.
Then on the Tubonga Nawe money, Bebe Cool explained that he got the lion's share because he is bigger than them all.
During the 1ON1 segment that required a Yes or No answer, the Love you everyday singer confirmed the following;
It's true I have police escorts. The Easter Monday show at Kiwatule this year won't take place as we've been making losses in the last nine years.
It was earlier believed that the reason the show won't take place was because most fans won't show up because of the FDC move to boycott the Tubonga Nawe artistes.
One lady, while responding to Bebe Cool as to why they did not walk out when they played his music and Chameleone's related it to a child who steals will not be shunned by his/her parents forever, yes the parents are hurt so it will be temporary, so it's the same with the fans and artists at the moment, Bebe Cool gave her 50k for that and went on his knees to thank the fans.
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