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Fresh Kid’s mother promises to release a song

Fresh Kid’s mother

Ever since seven-year-old singer Patrick Ssenyonjo a.k.a. Fresh Kid set foot on the entertainment scene, there has been something to talk about either him or his family every other day.

From his father running battles with his producer, demanding a free plane ticket to his son’s shows in Dubai, and the fights with his mother, the family has really done their best to keep Ugandans talking.

Fresh Kid is currently performing at a show in Dubai and expected to return to the country tomorrow. He is going to be amazed at how much has happened in his absentia.

After Fresh Kid left the country last week, the youngster’s father Mr Paul Mutabazi hit the studio and launched his music career as ‘Fresh Daddy’.

After Fresh Daddy released his first song dubbed ‘Mazike’, we thought we has seen it all but it just got more interesting. It seems like Fresh Kid’s talent has turned his family into something that they never thought of ever.

As we were still contemplating whether Mutabazi’s future is bright on the music scene, his ex-wife and mother to Fresh Kid Madrine Namata has also shown interest in singing.

A twitter account has been opened in the names of Fresh Mummy. The account, which claims to be for Fresh Kid’s mother seemed to hit at Mr Mutabazi.

A screenshot from the Twitter account

In one of the tweets on its timeline, the account posted a photo of Fresh Kid in Dubai captioned, “My son is in Dubai, Mutabazi wakufa,” simply meaning Mutabazi will die.

It further announced that Fresh Mummy had an upcoming project where she would release a song dubbed ‘Akasajja’

“I will be soon releasing a song called ‘Akasajja’ on Cindy’s copi cat riddim. It’s written by one of the best writers.. Wait for it #FreshMummy #mamaWaFreshKid,” the handle twitted.

The song is believed to be a dedication to the father of her children. The two have been bickering ever since their child hit the limelight, with Namata claiming that Mutabazi is envious and greedy for what their child has achieved so far.

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