The Mayanjas pay respect to the late AK47

Monday 17th December marked 1,373 days since Emmanuel Mayanja a.k.a AK47 died after allegedly falling in the washrooms of De Ja Vu bar in Kansanga. His brothers paid their respects as they visited his final resting place.

Until today, the story surrounding the late AK47’s death has never brought total satisfaction to many of his people.

From family members, friends, and fans, many still believe there is an uncovered mystery regarding the death report that was issued by police.

The singer is believed to have met his death after head injuries sustained when he slipped and fell, head first, in the washrooms at De Ja Vu bar on the fateful night of March 16th 2015.

He was the youngest of the talented Mayanja brothers comprised of Jose Chameleone, Pallaso, and Weasel.

At the time of his death, the Team No Sleep singer had several hits to his name and was a household name in the industry.

Chameleone, Pallaso, and Humphrey Mayanja were joined by their mother as they visited the late singer’s final resting place in Mityana to pay their respects.

They shared a photo with their followers as they proclaimed their love for the fallen brother.

 

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Because we love you @akfourtysevenmusic You will stay alive.

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Born October 29th 1990, AK47 would be 28 years old today. Uganda lost a big star who, at his young age, had achieved and built so much for his brand.

Continue resting in peace AK47. The industry dearly misses you!

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