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Jose Chameleone Sued And Reported Of Beating A Uber Driver

Jose Chameleone Sued And Reported Of Beating Uber Taxi Driver

Relating to different sources, the Leone Island CEO, Mayanja Josef, commonly known as Jose Chameleone, has this year suffered police arrests. Some few months back, he was accused of insulting one of the well-known TV presenter.

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Sadly, Jose Chameleone was again charged for hitting an Uber driver by the names of Magoba Daniel, who works as an employee in one of the best ride-sharing taxi cab company, Uber.

Jose Chameleone sued over fighting an Uber driver.

However, according to Ug Blizz Uganda, it was confirmed of how cruel and arrogant the Leone Island boss, Chameleone was when he denied clearing his costs to the Uber driver, Magoba. Daniel cautioned that the ‘Walewale’ hit maker, asked him for a drive to his residence in Seguku, Entebbe, and when he reached his destination, the singer was so furious hence causing unnecessary injuries to him.

At that painful moment, the driver filed up a case file against Mayanja Joseph at Lubowa police station while investigations are still ongoing.

But on the safe side, the Uganda Police,  is still investigating looking for the real evidence for this case.

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