1.So Kampala had a carnival. Eeeh why are you laughing Brazilians, you think ours is child’s play?
2.I know what will shut your silly mouths up, our carnival was better than yours, we had a horse, yes, one that our director and Sudhir’s son took turns riding! Yes and a camel, those guarantee a much better carnival than yours! What is Sudhir?
3. Sudhir is a man with lots of money. Yes so much that when he coughs goats race and the rest of us get drunk. Can you beat that?
4.I bet you can’t. Because it is not like you are good at copying like we are. Have you heard of Ray Big time? He is the guy that gave us Kasenyanku and so far our best copy cat. He made the copy sound better than the original. What is that? That we should have hired him for the carnival?
5.What kind of name is Ray Big time anyway? Does he see himself staying on top with such a name, Ray Big time, sounds like a 90s’ deejay?
6.Speaking of musicians names. Eeeh Pretty Glo, hmmm what is that supposed to mean that she is pretty and her name is Glo.How do you expect to hit the big time not the Ray Big Time, but the actual musical?
7.And what ever happened to good old creativity?Isnt it enough that most of the music sounds the same, now we can’t even have the fun of trying to unravel the mystery of the name?
8.Oh wait you are copying Iryn Namubiru and Juliana Kanyomozi.Eeeh but you new lot of artistes are hopeless, can Namulanda United compare itself to Man U even if they all play football?
9.Talking about hopelessness isn’t the word swag operated now. Doesn’t it kill the meaning when every Seru, Mubiru and Kirabira down at Kisenyi also says it? “Nange nina swaga!”
10.Ok if we can’t stop saying it can we at least disregard it when people pronounce it as “suag”? Or when the person insisting wouldn’t know swag if he sat next to it in the taxi?