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Bruno K Attacks Local Media Houses For Not Talking About Faridah Nakazibwe’s Sold Out Concert 

Singer Bruno Kiggundu alias Bruno K, has criticized local media houses for refusing to talk about his alleged sugar mama, Faridah Nakazibwe’s sold out concert.

Taking to his Twitter page, a displeased Bruno K expressed his anger and frustration at media houses. He said that he knows how the likes of Uncut and some bloggers won’t talk about the Greater Masaka Fete that took place at Masaka Recreational Grounds.

“I know Uncut and some bloggers will not talk about yesterday’s show.”

Some social media users were quick to come for his head saying that its not these media houses mandate to report about everything.

“Why are you much concerned about uncut and other bloggers and yet you also have a platform? Talk about it! How did it go Bruno.”

“Let those radio stations in Masaka talk about it,,, Why do u mix Rular issues to Urban urban issues??”

It should be recalled that Faridah Nakazibwe had her second phase of the Greater Masaka Fete in Masaka last weekend. This concert massively sold out.

People turned up in huge numbers as there was a number of scintillating performances from different entertainers.

She couldn’t hide her excitement as she took to her Twitter page, “It was my pleasure being apart of this. Thank you #GreaterMasakaFete. Y/our dreams are valid.”

Faridah Nakazibwe saw her first concert that happened in Kampala massively flop. There was just a handful of people and she was the face of headlines as people mocked her for the show failing to attract people.

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