More shots fired! Singer Bebe Cool has continued poking the ‘People Power’ movement which he thinks only makes situations worse with their acts of violence.

This was in relation to the video that was circulating on social media showing Ugandans in London who vandalized property at the Royal Regency hall after artistes gave substandard performances as other failed to perform.

Fans turned rowdy and threw bottles on the stage, broke chairs, and destroyed other property in protest after Vinka and other artistes failed to perform as earlier advertised.

Bebe being forced off stage by security officers in August

A few social media users likened the situation to that one we saw at Lugogo Cricket Oval when Bebe Cool was pelted with objects and forced off stage during the Tarrus Riley concert on 30th August 2018.

Different artistes have given their thoughts on the matter and Bebe Cool believes it is such a bad influence that the ‘People Power’ movement is having on several Ugandans worldwide.

The Gagamel International CEO says that this widespread disease has no limits and will continue affecting the young, youths, and the old people alike.

He urges Ugandans to stop thinking about themselves and start thinking about the picture of the country being painted to the rest of the world which is definitely uncalled for.

He does have a point there, doesn’t he?

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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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