Just a few days ago singer Bobi Wine unveiled a yacht as his latest toy. The singer valued the yacht at a whopping $750,000 (about Shs1.9b). He topped this up with a Jeep Wrangler for his wife Barbara Kyagulanyi.
And because of his new luxuries, some people had started accusing Bobi of living large and forgetting the ghetto people, whose views he has alleged to represent since his first day as a singer, hence his moniker Ghetto President.
Well, guess Bobi is not about to stop representing the ghetto people’s views; take his new song titled Jennifer for example. The singer sends a quite controversial message to KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi in the new song. Bobi gives several examples of KCCA cruelty. He sings about a woman cooking food by the roadside whose utensils were taken by KCCA, an old woman who shed tears when KCCA officials took the maize she was roasting by the road side and stories of other common folk.
Bobi warns of possible repercussions of leaving people with no work. He says he is a messenger to Musisi to reduce the fierceness. He challenges the city boss, saying that the city is for everyone and she’s just one of them. In a bid to prove how much he loves the city, Bobi reminds Musisi that he went as far as naming his son after Kampala city! Over to you madam ED!