In a post that MC Kats made concerning Eddy Kenzo surviving arrest by police, he included the Belgian flag instead of the Ugandan flag and fans had a go at it with many inquiring if he even knew the difference.

Six equal horizontal bands of black (top), yellow, red, black, yellow, and red (bottom), with a crested crane in the middle. That is what the Ugandan flag looks like but MC Kats seems not to understand.

While at Gravity Omutujju’s ‘Embuzzi Zakutudde’ concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval, Eddy Kenzo narrowly survived being arrested by the police who claimed he was inciting violence by chanting political slogans during his performance.

MC Kats, Eddy Kenzo, Kabako, and Deejay Mercy backstage at the concert

This seemed not to go down well with MC Kats who was backstage and witnessed the scuffle that ensued as Kenzo pulled himself away from police’s grip and vacated the venue.

The disgruntled TV presenter rushed to his social media telling people what he had just seen. His post read;

The flag he included in the post however was that of Belgium instead of Uganda and fans roasted him claiming that he was such a grown man not to be able to differentiate between the Belgian and Ugandan flag.


Could it have been an issue with the rush to inform? Or does MC Kats really confuse the two flags?

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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