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“Before you go around chest thumping to your fans on how you have responded to me (bambi ka rasta),” DJ Beekay has replied in a social media message, belittling Bebe Cool.
“How playing your music determines where I work, I don’t know,” he continued.
DJ Beekay’s message to Bebe Cool:
Just because your music isn’t on my or other DJs’ playlists doesn’t mean you call us out for not supporting Ugandan music”.
Yes you are popular, but that doesn’t mean me playing your music suddenly your birthright.
Instead of complaining, you and other complainants should borrow a leaf from the Nigerians and Jamaicans. Their secret is simple Quality.
Ask Goodlyfe about that.
It’s the simple reason they get airplay on BET, MTV, Channel O and other international media and get nominated world over for different awards.
Don’t get me wrong, I respect you and your craft.
I have seen you from your days in South C spending nights in a Lucas’ studio trying to make Uganda’s next big tune; but where is that Bebe Cool?
The one I see today is more concerned with who is talking about you telling people to mind their business.
The work you did when you were hungry for music and not cheap scandals has stood the test of time.
From Mikono Juu to Fire Anthem (even though this was with Bashment crew) those are classics.
I can’t say much for what you have now. But what do I know?
I’m just a DJ.