Tayebwa had gone on defense after tweeps took aim at him for showing interest in music battles, claiming there are more urgent concerns.
“Reading through the comments on my suggestion for a battle between @BebeCoolUG and [Jose Chameleone], I am surprised at how some Ugandans can think that because one occupies a critical position in government, he/she should be like a robot without a life and empathy. To say there are more important things to do than promoting the music industry is a clear indication of the neglect, stigmatization, and lack of understanding of what this sector contributes to our GDP. The global creative industry, according to Goldman Sachs is worth over $150bn,” Tayebwa tweeted.
Chameleone in his earlier tweet confirmed that he is ready to battle fellow singer Bebe Cool.
This music battle comes after two top female singers, Sheebah and Cindy had a successful one a few days ago. Sadly, however, these so-called music battles are not competitive at all.
They are instead music shows with no plan to declare anyone a winner. Up until today, fans are still waiting for the results of the Sheebah-Cindy battle.
Barugahara responded to Tayebwa’s tweet: “Rt Hon @Thomas_Tayebwa[,] ignore[,] the battle is Loading.”
Both Chameleone and Bebe Cool have agreed to the battle. The winner of this battle, like the previous one, will probably never be announced. We, however, are eager to see who will floor the other as far as stage performance is concerned.
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