This follows Kyagulanyi ‘s remarks last year on the proposed SACCO of musicians. It was reported that musicians under Eddy Kenzo’s leadership are set to receive thirty billion shillings from the government.
According to Bobi Wine, he branded them beggars, sellouts, and corrupt people who were feasting on taxpayers’ money. Additionally, he said that this could have been used to set up a hospital like Kiruddu. Therefore, these musicians were enriching themselves at the expense of struggling citizens.
According to Gravity, hospitals only encourage people to fall sick. People have to believe that they won’t fall sick. And this money should be dished out to musicians so that they eat it and buy cars.
Furthermore, the Okwepicha singer said that Bobi Wine is a very rich man. He should use some of his money to set up Kiruddu.
Or at least he should build a small health centre in Kyadondo where he lives or in his village district of Gomba. Otherwise whatever he is saying is irrelevant without anything to show.
“When you build many hospitals you’re encouraging people to fall sick. Let them have faith and belief that they won’t. By the way, Bobi Wine is a very rich man. Let him use some of his money and build a hospital in Kyadondo or Gomba however small it is, we shall know that he means his word. Otherwise let government give us money, we eat and use it to buy cars,” he said.
Furthermore, the singer addressed the fact that Fik Fameica didn’t attract any of the Big 3 singers at his concert over the weekend. Gravity said that that’s no problem because even himself they never came but his show sold out.
Besides the traditional big three; Bebe Cool, Bobi Wine and Chameleone are no longer what they used to be. The Big 3 now consists of him, Fik Fameica and King Saha.
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