Fik Fameica’s show that happened last week has left many music industry followers discussing what went wrong and what could have been done differently. The show staged at Kyadondo Rugby grounds registered a very small attendance and has been labelled a flop by many.
Well, one tweep was so disappointed with the show that he blamed other artistes for not supporting their brother Fameica.
“I hate how Ugandan musicians fail to support upcoming young talent though. Fik’s show yesterday would have been a major success had he gotten some support from legends already in the industry naye nabbo they decided to abandon the show…Even the ones he has collabos with,” @PyeparFaisal tweeted.
Singer A Pass ,as usual, could not let the blame-game pass and said it was Fik Fameica’s management team that did not do their job right.
“Who did he reach out to in the first place, if you looked at the poster, it was a one-man show but how many songs does the man have? Personally I think his team needs to take the man’s brand serious and make sure everything is well studied next time,” A Pass said.
Tables soon turned against A Pass as media personality Bettinah Tianah decided to also take a shot at him and asked when he is having a concert. The Guli Wano singer has been on top of music charts but has never held a concert. This prompted some followers to say that he maybe fears his show will flop too.
“If I make a concert, it can’t flop… that’s impossible I am too big for flops and I have so many haters who want to see me fail so they will come as well and join my huge fan base and enjoy the show, I won’t be singing for chairs. This i promise you. Save my tweet,” A Pass assured the naysayers.
Ykee Benda, who is always ready to call out A Pass, rushed to the singer’s handle and warned him against stepping on others because he wants to get to the top.
“This is the part about you bro that is wrong…What Fik needs is your support at this moment..Not you trying down play his hustle in disguise of praising yours! Not cool!!…..Karma is a b***h remember that,” Ykee Benda posted.
However A Pass was not falling for this bromance and assured Ykee that he has never been his brother just like he has never been Fik Fameica’s brother.
“My tweet has nothing to do with what you said… if I had anything to say to Fik I would give him a call but he is not my friend just like you are not my bro but an associate in the industry. If I send for you, then am brainless. If you send for me, you’re senseless,” A Pass said.
The thread continued with more insults as Ykee Benda gave A Pass some English lessons and later asked him to back to dancing with spoons and saucepans. Cheiii!
“You seem Like a smart guy…I don’t know…but am sure you got the point…otherwise you being a girl about his whole “bro” thing…it’s called figure speech …Don’t get too carried away….You can get back to the spoons and saucepans now,” Ykee Benda wrote.
A Pass closed the bitter exchange saying that he is great and those who don’t believe are simply haters. He said: “I like it when people abuse me and try to make it seem like I am not as great as I am and that others are better than me because I have a different view of certain things, that shit is funny.”
Its not the first time that A Pass and Ykee Benda have traded insults on social media.