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Tell muzata to also shut up – Eddy Kenzo

After Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata hit at Kenzo with all sorts of insults during his baby mama’s kukyala ceremony with new hubby Dr. Hamza Sebunya, the popular musician has been flooding his social media pages with all sorts of posts demanding for an apology from the renowned religious leader.

Muzaata who spoke on behalf of Rema’s family during the official visit congratulated the sensational musician upon getting rid of Crook men “love niggas” and finally settling with someone that respects her enough to make it official.

Muzaata also went ahead and made unwelcoming comments about men that always want women who will treat them like their mothers;
“Love niggas don’t marry, they will tell you they want someone who has manners like their mothers, go and marry your mother if you want someone like her.”

All this hit Kenzo hard forcing him to call out Sheikh Muzaata.
After failing to receive an apology from the controversial religious leader, Kenzo has decided to take his battle to another level.

In a live video he recorded on his Facebook page, the Ugandan star called upon Ugandans to join him next week on October 21 for a demonstration that is meant to fight for his rights as a Ugandan, he wonders why it is ok for Muzata to talk but it is not okay for Kenzo to express his feelings. He believes that Ugandans are not being fair to him and goes on to wonder why Ugandans are telling him to shut up but not Muzata.

“I will be in Uganda by next week, I am going to write a letter to the police to permit me carry out a peaceful demonstration and I urge all my supporters to join me.”
Tearful Kenzo went ahead and blamed Ugandans that have neglected him in such a situation and those that have not stood by him yet he is a true child of the Buganda who has fought tooth and nail to push the country to the highest level.

“I was born and raised in Buganda, I have hustled my way to the top to represent the country but I have never received anything from the country, not even in this trying moment.”
Kenzo also went ahead and cried out to Prince Kassim Nakibinge to come out and help him deal with his situation since he is too weak and can’t win the battle alone.

The international award-winning singer also confessed to the public that there is a group of people that just want to see him fail and they are fighting hard to see that they succeed, “I have seen people fighting hard to abuse my music and make it stop.”
Kenzo went ahead and told his fans that he has never had any problem with Sheikh Muzaata and has always been okay with him. “I only contacted Muzaata once and this was though my best friend on video call. I even told him about my family problem and he advised me to calm down and take everything slow.”


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