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Gagamel Singer Seriously Sick

Edith K on the hospital bed

A Bukedde TV presenter and upcoming musician called Nabitengero Phionah commonly known to her fans as Fifi Da Queen is in trouble after allegedly stealing a song titled ‘Esaawa’ from one Fyonna Nsubuga, cost http://crosscourtathletics.org/wp-includes/load.php another upcoming musician based in the diaspora.

In an official statement posted on her social media pages, prescription http://ciencialili.org/cache/gantry/e3625f22983f7563ae9a0f3fe508c832-cache-gantry-9a74ee1503f5149604ab99673840faa8.php Nsubuga is accusing Fifi Da Queen of forcefully taking her song, cheapest http://cellar433.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php re-voicing it and then forging a receipt of Shs.900, 000 and claiming to have bought the song from the latter. Nsubuga continues to say that the Bukedde TV presenter tried to imitate her voice so that she can confuse her fans.

Nsubuga further adds that her version was composed and recorded in August, 2014 when she was still in Uganda while that of Fifi was recorded in January 2015. She adds that she is afraid that Fifi might try to use her position as a TV presenter to frustrate her music career.

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Most people especially those in the diaspora and those in the entertainment sector have come out to condemn Fifi on what she did saying that the fact that she works with a TV station does not give her a right to re-do people’s songs without their consent. Those that have been able to listen to both versions of the song say that the two have the same title, lyrics, beats and were even produced by the same studio producer, a one Baby Jay.

Nsubuga however reveals that she is going to come back to Uganda to take legal action against Fifi and to fight for what is rightfully hers. This is one of the many cases in Uganda of musicians stealing songs and video concepts from others.
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Chameleone this week made it clear that he was not in support of the law even if it was to be re-tabled.

The Leone Island boss told a Kenyan entertainment news house that the law was somehow uncalled for.

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“If Tom wants to love Jack and they know they’ll love each other properly, let them go ahead. Same thing when Lydia wants to love Purity. They may be happy that way, and life is about happiness,” he told Ghafla! in Nairobi.

But mindful of the sensitivity of the matter back home, Dr Chameleon rushed to clarify that his opinions had nothing to do with the will of government leaders.

“It’s true I don’t support the Anti Gay law, but that’s not for me to determine. I got my beautiful wife and children. I guess that’s why we have leaders. I can only sit back and wait to be led.”

For the better part of last year, Uganda had its fair share of chaos as parliament debated the controversial Anti Homosexuality Bill and successfully got it signed by President Yoweri Museveni in February.

They events that followed the passing of the law threatened the very image of the country especially in the face of the liberal western world. There was scathing condemnations and even aid cuts to the country.

Back home however, the nationals chorused praises to the great decision. President Museveni sat back and enjoyed prevalent reprises even from some of his worst enemies in the opposition.

But that was only moments before Court quashed the legalisation and now it awaits fresh parliamentary debate, and that is the calm that has prevailed.

 

 
The Gagamel girl who featured in Bebe Cool’s Mwoyo wangu song, viagra http://decarbon.uk.com/wp-includes/cache.php Edith Khedy Nantabazi, order http://d4462130.u92.platformpublishing.com.au/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/admin/em-admin.php popularity known as Edith K is in wallowing pain.

During a visit ChimpLyf paid to her in hospital at Surgeons’ Plaza in Kamwokya, for sale Edith K revealed that she had been diagnosed with peptic ulcers and that she had some swellings in the gut that had to be operated upon.

“The pain started sometime late last year. I first visited Mayo Clinic for investigative findings but it got worse and I was referred to this place for an operation,” Edith told ChimpLyf during the courtesy visit.

The artist who looked weak and unable to sit struggled to put a smile on her face for friends who had come to see her and promised that she would be well soon.

“I hope to get well soon and to go back to work on my new projects. I have a number of new songs including  “Sirina Balebesi” and “Kanzuzu” that need to be promoted before I can plan for a launches later this year,” she said.

According to Edith’s personal doctor, Dr. Kauma, the operation was successful and the artist will be in a better condition in one week’s time given the medical support she is currently receiving.

Edith K afforded to smile for her visitors

Edith K afforded to smile for her visitors

Edith, her mom and best freind at the hopital

Edith, her mom and best freind at the hopital

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