Eddy Kenzo, a renowned musician from Uganda, alleged on Monday that his life was under threat. They want me dead – Eddy Kenzo
Two days after his massive crowd-drawing carnival in Uganda’s capital, Kenzo informed a press conference in Kampala that there are a lot of people being hired to kill him
On Monday, Kenzo also came out swinging against political sentiment that had clouded the last days leading up to his well-attended festival on Saturday at the storied Kololo Independence Grounds.
You can’t tell me that I don’t support someone because of their race because I have never woken up and said, “I support this one,” Kenzo stated.
“Those who migrate into the diaspora are the ones robbing us of our freedom,” he continued.
In his most recent outburst against political insults, Kenzo lost it in front of a room full of mostly entertainment journalists at the Protea Hotel.
The singer who won a 2015 BET Award and overcame adversity to triumph on the world stage is now pleading with Ugandans to “pray for him,” stressing that he is “not sure whether he will see tomorrow.”
Kenzo underlined, “Let me express these things while I’m still living.”
The polarizing Ugandan performer Big Eye, whose misconduct resulted in a fight on stage during the event on Saturday, was also promised a conversation by Kenzo.
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“If someone asks you to sing one or two songs, do it and then leave.
The president of Big Talent said during the press conference that was initially held to thank his fans, Big Eye did poorly to fight in front of the Prime Minister [Robinah Nabbanja].