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Gravity begs people to attend his concert

Gravity Omutujju has for the past three years filled Freedom City beyond capacity. This is probably the reason he chose to switch up things and have a change of venue. At the end of last year, the rapper, real name Geresom Wabuyu, announced that he would hold his next concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval. Yes, cricket oval; the same venue that Chameleone, Bobi Wine, Tekno, Patoranking and Diamond Platnumz failed to fill.
But reality seems to have struck Gravity a little late because how else would you explain him personally begging people to turn up for his Tujuuze Cricket Oval show next Saturday, despite the numerous adverts.
One of the places he did this was at the Tekno and Mr Eazi show last Friday, where he got down on his knees and said. “You have come in big numbers today. Please also come in big numbers on the 30th so that we make history. I’m not here to perform but to kindly ask you to be part of my concert”.
This is not the only strategy the Money singer has devised, as he has been seen making rounds at several media houses greeting askaris, receptionists and everyone that passes him by.

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