Bebe Cool pelted bottles stunt
Chameleone says Bebe Cool being pelted with bottles wasn’t a STUNT. File Photo

Chameleone defends Bebe Cool, says being hurled with plastic bottles while at the Boom Party Concert wasn’t a stunt

Jose Chameleone proves Bebe Cool is innocent from allegations of paying unruly fans who hurled him with masses of bottles during Cindy’s Boom Party Concert in Lugogo saying it wasn’t a stunt.

Many fans on social media began to accuse Ugandan musician Moses Ssali professionally Bebe Cool of paying a group of fans to pelt him with masses of empty plastic bottles and others supposedly filled with urine while performing at Cindy Sanyu’s Boom Party Concert on Cricket Oval grounds on Saturday, March 7, 2020.

On that basis, Leone Island Music Empire CEO Jose Chameleone (born Joseph Mayanja), while being hosted on the Kamwokya-based local TV show dubbed NBS After5, the songster yesterday 12 March 2020, sympathized with his nemesis “Wire Wire” singer after being assaulted with empty missiles and others loaded with urine plastic soda bottles at Cindy’s Boom Party Concert.

“Bebe Cool being hurled with plastic bottles while at the Boom Party Concert wasn’t a stunt, therefore, I seriously condemn such a violent act of pelting musicians with bottles because of their political affiliation,” expressed Jose Chameleone on NBS After5 show.

Bebe Cool pelted bottles stunt
Chameleone says Bebe Cool being pelted with bottles wasn’t a STUNT. File Photo

A few days, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga confirmed the arrest of 11 suspects for pelting bottles at singer Bebe Cool on Boom Party Concert and these were mostly picked from a section of fans where this violent action took place.

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According to Mr Enanga, preliminary investigations indicated that five of them entered the concert with plastic soda bottles determined to throw them at the musician when he hits the stage to perform.

“Police were able to arrest 11 people who were involved in throwing bottles and preliminary investigations indicate that five of these entered the concert with plastic soda bottles waiting for him to get to the stage and disrupt his performance,” relayed Mr Fred Enanga, Police spokesperson.

Bebe Cool at Jinja Road Police on Tuesday forgave the 11 suspects previously arrested spotting that they would be exemplary and also warned them to avoid pelting bottles at artists devoted to NRM.

The singer added that the parents and housewives of the suspects confronted him asking him for their release.

“You should always yearn to be exemplary to communities where you come from and also stop throwing bottles to musicians because you not only put our lives in danger but also other fans who come to be entertained,” said Bebe Cool.

Still, on NBS After5, Chameleone asked Bebe Cool to use his prominence to uplift the young talents starting with his son Allan Hendrick Ssali because it will help him to grow musically.

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