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Ugandan Reggae dance hall Artist Alexander Bagonza mostly known by his stage name Apass caused a stir Monday evening the 7th November claiming with a tweet “They say he’s the best Ugandan artist that ever lived. No one would back him. Ungrateful people listened to his music and after hated”

We all know A pass has never been shy to express his feelings especially on Ugandan music but this time he leaves many wondering if he is seeking attention or really means what he is saying .


In one of the tweets A Pass Claims, “You may not feel what i feel but honestly, I feel like the greatest artist in Uganda #NoDiRespect” he goes on

“Musicians like A Pass are hard to find, they are like Pokémon but the fact is that A Pass could not hide forever.”

Fans were not shy to reply and share the thoughts on his tweets

“Am loving @IamApass confidence! Go big or go home…we all have to believe in ourselves so if he says he is the best, then he is”

One of his fans the Mentalist  ?@IsaacAmooti3  dared “I think if anyone knows a better artist than @IamApass, let them tag that ‘star’ on here”



We know these kind of tweets and claims are not going to leave many and in particular his fellow artists and their fans happy and he was prepared for the attacks branding all those that replied with negative tweets and comments with a hash tag  #Little


A pass wraps it up with another tweet, “You may not feel what I feel but honestly I feel like the greatest”


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