By the look of things, musician Weasel has given up on organising the ‘Moses The Great’ Album listeners party.
The party also dubbed MTG, was scheduled for Friday, January 25, at DNA Lounge, Acacia Avenue.
Weasel, the one surviving member of Goodlyfe, was set to defy the court order issued on January 14, that prohibited him from hosting the party,claiming that that singer Mowzey Radio deserved such a celebration.
“This is to notify the general public, all media houses and platforms that no entity shall release any music belonging to the late Mowzey Radio without express authority from the Administrator General,” the court notice read in part.
However, Weasel responded to this court notice by rallying fans to join him at DNA as they release Radio’s latest album ‘MTG’, in a silent disco experience.
But the late Radio’s mother was not going to have any of this and ran to save her son’s unreleased songs at the Criminal Investigative Officer (CID).
In a summons letter from CID to Weasel and former Goodlife manager Chagga, Radio’s mother Jane Kasubo alleges that Goodlyfe management has been releasing and selling off Radio’s music without their knowledge.
Radio’s mother also alleges that there are also other seven local musicians who have duplicated his son’s songs, and these include, Bruno K (Juicy Juicy), Ricky Kaweesa (Neera), Eriyo Disc (Mpeka), Harry (Nakeesa), Docko Brown (Zino Enaku), Emotional Feelingz, among others.
According to CID spokesperson Vincent Ssekatte, Weasel and Chagga, failure to come through would mean arrest on sight.
With the main organisers not seen at DNA the whole day, our sources can has reveal that the party is off.
Weasel was yet to comment on the matter while guest artistes B2C told Watchdog that they are not sure if the party will go on.
“We were set to do a Radio tribute song, and everything was all set for the day, but I think we might not come through,” said B2C.
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