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Weasel and Bryan White friends again


Early this week, the internet went ablaze after a video which showed socialite Bryan White talking to musician Weasel in an authoritative way began making rounds.

Many, especially Weasel’s fans and Bryan White’s critics, were quick to point fingers alleging that the musician was disrespected and how the relationship between the two will never be the same again.

Later Chagga, the manager of Weasel and the Goodlyfe music franchise issued a public statement stating how they had cut ties with the self-proclaimed tycoon. In the same statement, he said that Weasel was being sent abroad on a retreat to ‘refreshen’ after the loss of his music partner, Mowzey Radio.

READ: Why Weasel fell out with Bryan White

However, that seems not to be the case. Because the two have worked out their differences and are working together again towards ‘Awakening the youth from poverty’ through the Bryan White foundation.

In a video clip that was released yesterday, Bryan White (real names Kirumira Brian) is seen talking with Weasel alongside him about their relationship.

He regarded what had happened as a misunderstanding and how they rectified everything.

“What happened was just a misunderstanding. We sat together as a family and clarified everything. We are okay and fine with Weasel and the Goodlyfe. It’s the negative energy that is trying to separate us,” Bryan said. Weasel on the other hand also added that they talked about their differences and he’s available to continue with Bryan White’s foundation.

Later, in a Facebook live video, the two new bestfriend were seen freestyling on dance hall beats.

To prove that they are okay, Bryan White even released his Foundation song which features musicians Weasel, Cindy and King Michael. Titled Kilimanyi the song is going to be used as the theme song for the foundation that is kicking off on March 10 in Mbarara and will go up to 2023, empowering the youth. The song basically is about praises for Bryan White and how much he is a savior for Uganda’s youth.

We, however, wonder what exactly what happened and why the statement from Chagga was never followed.

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