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The angry mob threw out upcoming artistes who were warming the stage for Chameleon as the venue manager, Deborah Sembatya, pleaded for mercy.
The mob then commenced throwing chairs and bottles at the DJs.
Chameleon’s manager, Musa Mukasa, tried to calm down the crowd by pretending to be talking to the singer on phone to no avail.
Sembatya, the bar owner, expressed her dissatisfaction over the singer’s behaviour and vowed to drag Chameleon to courts of law.
She reveals that before the saga, she met and made arrangements with the singer and they agreed on the amount Shs 3m for the performance of which she gave him Shs 2m deposit.
Last year, Chameleon kept crowds waiting at Bukenya Foundation in Luweero district.
After failure to show up, the angry crowd damaged property worthy Shs 15m prompting the bar owner to seize some of his musical instruments.
Still in the same year in Masaka, Chameleon missed another show without a clear explanation.
Recently, Uganda revenue Authority impounded his Escalade over failure to pay over Shs 40m in form of taxes at the Tubonge concert.