Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations and First Son, Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba has slammed Uganda Police over failure to protect Singer Bebe Cool from rowdy fans.
Bebe Cool again faced the wrath of angry fans during his performance at singer Cindy Sanyu’s ‘Boom Party’ concert at the Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala.
When he set foot on the stage, revellers demanded that he gets off, while other furious revellers pelted him with bottles. The singer, however, refused to leave the stage and continued performing.
This caused more chaos as attempts by the MC to call for order fell on deaf ears. After sensing danger, organisers later whisked the artist away.
The singer is paying the price after pledging for fighting fellow artistes who refused to pay their allegiance to President Museveni.
In a Monday morning tweet, the first son also blamed the Police for failure to control the ‘hooligans’ who beat up President Yoweri Museveni’s supporters on Women’s Day.
“How could @PoliceUg and the bouncers at Cindy’s Concert allow a few hooligans to hurl bottles at one of Uganda’s greatest artists?” Muhoozi wondered.
How could @PoliceUg and the bouncers at Cindy’s Concert allow a few hooligans to hurl bottles at one of Uganda’s greatest artists?? The same hooligans beat up women (on Women’s Day) for simply loving @KagutaMuseveni and @BebeCoolUG. We expect a lot better next time from @PoliceUg pic.twitter.com/eYzsHINAC9
— Muhoozi Kainerugaba (@mkainerugaba) March 9, 2020
Police recently threatened to block music concerts if artistes continue to be pelted with water bottles. This morning, the Police have revealed that they have 11 people in custody for allegedly hurling stones and bottles at singer Bebe Cool.