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Weasel to Radio – We are done crying, It’s time to celebrate your life

Weasel with Spice Diana in Kagga

It is one year and seven months since the passing of legendary singer Mowzey Radio but he’s still the most loved artiste going by the crowd’s reaction whenever his songs are played.

One artiste however who hadn’t recovered from Radio’s death is Douglas Mayanja aka Weasel who was his singing partner. A person they literally started out with and faced the success and challenges with. In fact, some people had written him off saying that without Radio, Weasel should also bid his music career farewell.  Well after visiting the late singer’s grave, Weasel is determined to brush it off and concentrate now. Promising that it’s time to celebrate his friend’s life.

“We don’t want to cry no more it’s Time to celebrate your life More and More,” Weasel posted.

Alongside Spice Diana, they went to Kagga where Radio was buried and prayed for him and also gave his mother some items like soap, sugar and rice among others.

“It is hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember like Mowzey Radio did. My friendship with the late Radio could have yielded a better me and a far much better music industry. It gives me relief to visit where he lies,” posted Spice Diana.

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