Moses Ssali famously known as Bebe Cool has urged Ugandans to appreciate new ‘kid’ on the block Fresh Daddy instead of sending him away.
Fresh Daddy real name Paul Mutabazi is the father of Fresh Kid, a seven year old famous rapper.
Posting on his Facebook Page on Thursday, the ‘nkuliyo’ singer said the 40 year old should be supported in his music journey since he never opted for theft or killing boda boda riders.
“We as Ugandans must appreciate FRESH daddy has not opted for theft or killing bodaboda riders but rather a choice that allows revellers to decide for them selves if they want to give him the MAZIKE or not,” said Bebe Cool.
“I find it so ridiculous trying to put down or fail a man who is trying to better his life from a nail polisher(manicurist)to an artist/musician,in this case the so called FRESH DADDY.”
He further revealed that the reason why he supports President Yoweri Museveni is that he created an environment where even the brainless, clueless or no talented people can make money in Uganda and earn a better living,an environment that for sure only the lazy will die poor.
“I saw my brother MC Kats sending the man away from stage and i have heard many totally putting him off but don’t u think that should be left for audiences to choose on who they want to watch?With my experience Ugandans can accommodate anything or anyone as long as they are happy with it or him and then remember they will ask him away as long as he is of no more use/entertainment to them.But by that time he will have saved some money enough to become better and maybe even take care of his family too as you saw the wife was complaining about him not being there for them, ” he said.
“Allow the man to make and save the little he can as fast as he can coz u know he won’t last long but he will be a better Ugandan tomorrow. So let’s allow all Ugandans to make money any how anywhere as long as they abide by the law and they don’t hurt anyone.
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