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Where Do You Get The Moral Authority To Tell Me That I’m Not Qualified – Eddy Kenzo Responds To Big Eye

Big Talent singer Eddy Kenzo real name Edirisa Musuuza has attacked fellow singer Big Eye and other haters telling them not to doubt or judge him. The singer said no one has the moral authority to say he is not qualified to be a leader.

Big Eye and Eddy Kenzo used to be close friends but all that was put to an end when former attacked the latter calling him selfish.

Kenzo didn’t respond but Big Eye has been attacking him on social media and other media platforms. After becoming the president for musicians, Big Eye the Stamina singer is not educated and doesn’t deserve to lead anyone.

In a recent interview, Eddy Kenzo addressed Big Eye telling him that he has nothing to say. As someone who grew up in the ghetto and has hustled to get where he is, no one can say anything about him.

He also said he is an artiste with all the rights to lead fellow musicians.

“I grew up from the ghetto, my mum and dad were hustlers. I have hustled all the way to being the Kenzo that I am today. Where do you get the moral authority to tell me that I’m not qualified,” – Eddy Kenzo

It should also be noted that the singer is one of the Ugandan musicians that has performed on some of the biggest platforms outside Uganda.

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