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1.Mbu…we go…we go…Uganda Cranes we go….! Go where?! At this rate the only place Uganda Cranes is going is Tanganiyika to play against Tanzania Football team for the next 100 years!

2.Mbu Zari’s husband called Ivan also became a ka “superstar” at Namboole during the Zambian match. He came to the stadium in a plane…Mike Ezra can you please tell him where such stunts led you to.

3. Naye Ugandans have “forcers” in life…now its Zari’s husband, Ivan! The dude can’t even spell the word “masquerader” but he is also now a “star!”.

4.By the way, does anyone know where Mike Ezra is!? Naye Ugandans we have suffered! That one also once got all the headline news in Kampala…Mbu “tycoon” Mike Ezra…tycoon my foot!

5.What does “tycoon my foot” mean!? Well Biina Baby and Emperor Orlando it’s not my fault that you mastered your English from Glorious Sisters of Hope Secondary School in Kiisugu!

6.Wama Grace Nakimera tell us what “tycoon my foot” means? “Thank you Robert. I just wanted to say that , I am preparing my christmas concert that will be titled…” Nakimera Shut up!!!!

7.Forget Nakimera, Wama Chameleone can you tell us what “tycoon my foot” means?” “Nze Jose Chameleone…atagejja…atakogga…Chamill-technology…” Chameleone please have you thought of visiting the mental clinic at Wandegeya…please do so, ASAP!

8.Goodlyfe crew please what does “Tycoon my foot” mean!? “Well it means Bebe Cool, full stop.” OK you are close to the answer, but not really. Thanks for trying.

9.Bebe wama what does “tycoon my foot” actually mean!? “Kalumba those Goodlyfe crew boys are Jokers! Let me tell you I am the only big size in town. Ok, I don’t have a house yet but so what? I have a beautiful woman…” Yes Bebe…moving on….

10.Yes Mathia Walukagga what does “tycoon my foot” means!” “Webale nnyo Lobert. Nze ndi Muganda wawoo. Nedila…” Walukagga stop there! This is Sqoop not Bukedde…Jesussss you people!

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