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Chameleon beats up Guvnor DJ

 

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If there is one thing Ugandan DJs need to learn about Jose Chameleon, it is that if you do not play his music, he will pay you back with a slap or a few punches.
DJ Roja will testify to this as he was a victim a few years ago at Club Venom in Kabalagala. During one of the nights, Chameleon slapped DJ Roja twice and walked away. Roja later revealed that Chameleon slapped him because he did not want to play his music at the club.
The latest victim is Club Guvnor’s DJ Bryan who got some punches from the Wale Wale singer last week at Club Play.

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Club Guvnor’s DJ Bryan

According to onlookers, the singer was high and when he met the dreadlocked DJ in the club, he sent his boys to call him over so he can ask him why he never plays his music in Club Guvnor. DJ Bryan apparently paid a deaf ear, something which forced Chameleone to get off his seat. Next thing people saw were punches.
We have since gathered that the singer has officially been banned from accessing the night club. It will be the second bar that Chameleon is banned from accessing after Da Wink in Kololo where he joined forces with his brothers Weasel and Pallaso to beat up Jeff Kiwa.

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