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Nothing will stop my concert- Chameleon

Jose Chameleon has told his fans that his concert dubbed “Legend: Hit after Hit” will take place no matter what. Chameleon said that he had defied the odds with his charisma and self-belief and assured his fans not to be distracted by what he termed as cheap talk.

The singer on his Facebook page posted that he is fully charged for his show that is slated for May 19 at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.

“I have defeated all odds with the Charisma and self believe the almighty instilled in me as a believer. Now all the weak ones trying to spread hatred that I cancelled the “LEGEND” Hit after hit at Lugogo Cricket oval must understand that I am fully charged and nothing will stop it – God over devil. My Friends and Fans who have prepared to show me love please don’t be moved by cheap talk!!!See you at the LEGEND – Hit after Hit,” read his post.

This comes shortly after rumours that his much anticipated concert had collided with ICC World Cricket League Division Three Tournament that is supposed to be hosted at Lugogo Cricket Oval on the same day. However, the ICC World Cricket League Division Three tournament is scheduled to take place in Uganda from 21 to 31 May 2017 at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.

Chameleon’s post attracted many reactions from his fans with most assuring him that they are eagerly waiting for his show.

“It is my job to attend your show and I can’t wait, you are my star in this continent and please ignore the haters and show them what you are made of,” posted Hassani Mutundi.

Joshua Komakech posted that those who are against Chameleon can’t handle him.

“Let those haters swallow razor blade if they can’t manage you, a legend remains a legend we are waiting come May,” posted Komakech.


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