Singer Alexander Bagoza aka A Pass has advised Eddy Kenzo to stop ranting on social media about his failed relationship with ex-lover Rema Namakula because it’s just making his condition worse.
In a lengthy social media post on Monday, APass claimed that Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata’s recent statement about Kenzo’s lifestyle has taken over his thinking lately, thus turning him into a social media clown.
Recently, during Namakula’s Kukyala ceremony, Muzaata congratulated the singer upon getting a new lover (Hamza Sebunya), claiming that Kenzo wasn’t a marriage material.
“These love niggers can only show off but don’t marry. All they say is ‘we are still making a review’, ‘you know a woman has to be like my mother’, are you stupid? Okay go and marry your mother,” Muzaata stated.
This statement rubbed Kenzo the wrong way, and since then, the singer has been ranting on social media, promising to comeback and make Muzaata apologise for telling him to marry his mother who died over 20 years ago.
However, A Pass believes that Kenzo has given too much attention to the matter and it’s just making his condition even worse.
“My brother Eddy Kenzo social media is not going to solve your problems. These people love circus and by the looks of things you are becoming a clown in the circus to them. Don’t let one person change your thoughts about yourself and your future. Please don’t hold Uganda at ransom,” he said.
A Pass claims that this Kenzo-Muzaata clash has attracted a lot of unnecessary traffic on Kenzo’s page, but at the end it will not help him resolve the problems at hand.
“People love it when you cry and complain. As we speak you are getting more page traffic but this traffic will not help the real situation that you are in. You need to clear your mind and after that, look at the issue with a more calm attitude and mind,” he noted.
Kenzo has been on a tour in Colombia, but he earlier promised to come back to Uganda and sleep outside Kibuli Mosque till Muzaata comes out to apologise for what he said about him.
However, A Pass believes that this is a wrong move, for even if he makes Muzaata to apologise, it will be out of pressure, not acceptance of his mistakes
“Eddy, Sheikh Muzaata is an honorable man who says things how he sees fit and his way of expression has been consistent. Even if he apologizes to you, I beg you to forgive yourself and avoid seeking for Muzata’s apology because even if it comes, it will have come from a place of pressure and not from a place of pure acceptance of his mistakes as you see it.”
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