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King Saha Vows To Discipline Bebe Cool After The Latter's Bullet Incident

King Saha Vows To Discipline Bebe Cool After The Latter’s Bullet Incident

Musician Mansour Ssemanda aka King Saha has vowed to discipline his fellow singer Bebe Cool after the Gagamel chief survived being gunned down. Bebe Cool over the weekend narrated how he almost got shot at for the second time in his life.

The incident happened while he parked at one of the Kampala hangout spots. A drunk soldier knocked Bebe Cool’s car several times as he tried to leave the parking premises.

When Bebe got out to confront this man, he pulled out a gun. Luckily Bebe Cool and the manager of the area managed to disarm him quickly and save the situation.

On being taken to the Police Station in Ntinda, this soldier’s friends hurried to his rescue and took him away. They even threatened to shoot everyone there including Bebe Cool.

Saha while speaking on Sanyuka TV said that the problem with Bebe Cool is ill-mannerism and chaos.

According to Saha, accidents are common and when they happen, you step out of the vehicle and sort them amicably. However, for the Gagamel boss, he always likes disrespecting people.

“Every person should know where they fall, if you see someone with a gun just run. If you think you can beat everyone, it’s absurd. People always knock us but we talk amicably. We are not angels,” Saha said.

The two singers are always looking for the perfect opportunity to attack each other. And their beef seems to not be stopping anytime soon.

After Saha releasing his song Zakayo attacking Bebe Cool, the Gagamel chief’s son Allan Hendricks has also counter-attacked with another one titled Matayo.

Meanwhile, Police have identified the man who drew out a gun at Bebe Cool as Capt. Namara.

“The man who allegedly drew a gun on Bebe Cool is a soldier and has been identified as Capt. Namara. The firearm they took away from him is now in police custody. Police in Ntinda is currently investigating the matter,” Luke Owoyesigyire the spokesperson of Kampala Metropolitan Police said.

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