Mr Gereson Wabuyi alias Gravity Omutujju, yesterday dropped more salt to injury to Bebe Cool’s ever – insulted world while appearing on the star dubbed show; NBS After 5.
He fearlessly reacted to the host’s submission that Bebe Cool seemed wiser and collected to benefit from the government’s ‘easy – flowing’ money which the Luga flow star rebuked saying that the Gagamel boss is wiser at begging, a statement he re-echoed with requests of ‘not to be misunderstood’.
This left the show’s cast startled but in any case, it wasn’t the first nor the last time such woes are aligned on Bebe Cool. He has fallen prey to such allegations on numerous occasions which seem petty issues to him at the moment.
The Ugandan music industry has forever been characterized and defined by rifts, rows and beefs more than their primary works. This has worsened in these lockdown times when the stages to showcase the artistes’ potential have been shut indefinitely hence finding the ‘alternative stage’ – mass media where blows are traded probably for the sake of not becoming oblivion in the society.
Furthermore, there have been new guidelines proposed to reshape the music culture in the country which have been responded to with loathe; a discussion on which Gravity could not control his wrath against the “stupid” policies.
The “Batujjozenyo” star continued to spice up the show, when he disclosed to the public how he’s been without a driving permit but still cruises on the roads daily.
Perhaps its because of his self proclaimed character of ‘omutujju’ that loosely translates as ‘terrorist.’
“Which traffic officer would wish to encounter him?”, a crew member teased.
Mr Wabuyi had the final say on the show with a fine rhyme flanked by a young violinist that left no one on their seat.