The Good Lyfe team stormed their studio in anger and released a song titled Obudde to hit at people they had fallen out with in 2012. One of the people targeted in the song was Hi Table owner Simon Rusoke aka Simo.
Simo and the Good Lyfe camp fell out after he allegedly refused to honour what he termed as “the crew’s reckless demands,” that were not good for his business, when he used to host them for a party themed around them every Monday.
However, looks like the Good Lyfe crew chose to burry all their hatchets in 2013. Besides the crew mending fences with their former boss Jose Chameleone and longtime sworn enemy Bebe Cool, they also made up with Simo.
Well, turns out Mowzey Radio is so far the biggest beneficiary from the crew’s reunion with Simo as the two entered into a partnership and are constructing a bar they revealed will be called Soldierz Bar.
“We are doing a 50-50 ownership; we bought off former Link Bar from the former owner Jeff at Shs15m and we are constructing a whole new bar to be named Soldierz’ Bar,” Simo told us. He first co-owned The Link Bar with Jeff before he moved on to start his own bar, Hi Table.
Mowzey could not hide his excitement as he posted on his Face book wall; “Soldierz bar will officially open on January 25, 2014. Come let’s celebrate in style, Wandegeya Vanilla city.” However earlier reports had indicated that Mowzey had suggested that they name the bar “Good Lyfe Office” but the singer seems to have changed his mind after sometime.
In the meantime Simo also called us to tell us that he is the sole owner of Hi Table bar. “Those spreading rumours that I sold it off to Sudanese are just haters.”