The ‘Gundeeze’ Hit maker implied that Akon’s visit does not benefit Uganda’s music industry since the country has been under pandemic lockdown for a whole year now.
“So sad that an international artiste’s visit can’t benefit the art industry which has been under lockdown for a full year now. God bless Uganda, God bless Ugandan musicians. Music can never die. I repeat Ugandan music will never die,” King Saha partly shared on his Facebook page.
Some of his Facebook fans supported his statement while others told him to mind his own business.
Check out a few comments below;
‘’King Saha Is One Of The Few Wise People In Uganda What King Saha Has Raised Is True , Akon Has Not Talked Any Thing Concerning Music So This Akon Museven Has Already Covered His Eyes Now That They Are Talking About Investment Only Yet Ugandans Are Poor,’ Joseph Omuge commented.
‘’When I hear Saha complaining about someone’s visit in Uganda that it has not benefited the art industry yet has not revealed anything yet I wonder in fact it reminds me of some bright students back then who lifted their hands first to answer before even a teacher asking a question so my point to you is first wait and see,’ Dianah Nazziwa commented.
‘’Did u know da exactly purpose why he is in Uganda before u complain ate era Music will never die but u Musicians always die oba tuli ffena jaaaah bless,’ Andy Kagame commented.
‘’Olemede mu njaga your here complaining work hard too so that you may be recognised by the most high people the only problem with most Ugandan artists is ignorance,’’ Okwara Ronald blasted the singer.
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