Dancehall Crew CEO Michael Mugwanya a.k.a King Michael a.k.a DJ Michael has tipped faded dancehall artist Ziza Bafana to apologize to his fans in order to make a comeback onto the big scene.

In 2014, the song Pomini Pomini swept across the airwaves all over the country and at the time, Richard Kasendwa a.k.a Ziza Bafana was selling like hotcake.

His music won him a huge following and awards came in handy but where is he now? What went wrong?

Despite him still releasing new songs – Ebizibu being his latest – Ziza Bafana is no longer at the high table in the music industry.

Some critics attach his dip in stardom to several twists and shifts in his management while others merely state it that his candle just burned out.

Fellow singer, King Michael disagrees with both suggestions. He rather states that Ziza Bafana’s problems stem from his failure to deal with instant fame.

Michael revealed that Bafana’s stardom was always bound to be short-lived for he failed to control his own fame because it excited him too much.

He further claims that Bafana’s own actions unpopularized him among his fans but he can make a comeback if he humbles himself and apologizes to them.

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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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