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“Jajja Bebe Cool Should Leave My Brother”-Weasel Defended Pallaso

Singer Weasel Manizo AKA Douglous Mayanja, recently came up angrily to defend his good, peaceful brother Pallaso AKA Pius Mayanja, over the arguments Pallaso had towards the Gagamel Boss Bebe Cool.

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Manizo defended his brother Pallaso over Bebe Cool’s attacks.

To Pallaso Mayanja’s good side, Weasel regarded him to be a peaceful, kind, outstanding and a person who doesn’t attack anyone’s peace.

“Pallaso does not attack people unless they encroach his peace, yes I know he was attacked and definitely our ‘Jajja’ should stop” Weasel commented.

All this occurred after Pallaso claiming that Bebe Cool should act his age, calling him old Jajja, in a video that circulated all over social media and you tube.

Ever since the last passed months, Bebe Cool has been exchanging words with several artists in the music industry including fellow legendary artists. These artists included A Pass, Eddy Kenzo, Ziza Bafana and more.

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