After the cancellation of ‘The Eddy Kenzo Festival’ that was slated for March 28, 2020, at Kololo Airstrip, singer Eddy Kenzo who is currently out of the country came out on Facebook in a live session and spoke about how he feels after the cancellation of the show. He said that no matter how disappointed he is that the show has to be pushed to a later date, it is very necessary to take precaution because people’s lives matter more than anything.
During the live session, Kenzo welcomed questions from the viewers and the one question that kept on popping up was about his political affiliation and his relationship with Bobi Wine.
The ‘Tweyagale’ singer said he’s not into politics and will never take part in politics because that segment is beyond him.
“Politics is beyond me, I don’t know anything about politics and you will never find me discussing anything political,” Kenzo said before adding that he doesn’t have any problem with Bobi Wine but won’t campaign for him.
“I don’t have any problem with Bobi Wine and his People Power movement but don’t expect me to campaign for him because I am not familiar with politics. I performed at ‘Kyarenga’ concert because my brother was facing some difficulties so I was simply showing him my support.”
Kenzo also noted that he loves Bobi Wine more than most of the people that criticize him (Kenzo) for not actively supporting Bobi Wine. He even says that his love for the ‘Kyarenga’ singer goes beyond friendship.
“I consider Bobi Wine my brother, he was there for me when I was starting my music career,” he said.