A huge shadow has been cast upon Fresh Kid’s shine and his promising career lies in jeopardy after his manager Francis Kamoga signed up another youngster to replace the troubled rapper.

Since joining Kampala Parents School, Patrick Ssenyonjo a.k.a Fresh Kid has faced his deepest troubles since choosing music as a career. Unfortunately, they are all out of his own control.

His parents have shared his limelight – not for the right reasons though – after they appeared to be bickering over who has the rights to custody of the seven-year-old.

Fresh Kid being enrolled to Kampala Parents School (Photo by Nicholas Bamulanzeki)

His manager and songwriter were caught amidst the mix-up as they urged his parents and his new school administration to avail him more time to attend to his music.

It seems that their pleas fell on deaf ears as the school management subjected Fresh Kid to no favors while at school, leaving him lesser time for studio sessions.

Francis Kamoga seems to be left with no option but to move on without the youngster and he has already recruited six-year-old Remah Kirabo under his De Texas Management.

Fresh Talent: Remah Kirabo

Remah – a pupil at Broadway Primary School, Nyendo – is a young talented female rapper whose revelation has been geared the most in the past two weeks as she embarked on a media tour around the city.

The Masaka-based rapper is said to have been signed to her new management on Friday and is set to be publicly unveiled this week.

Despite remaining tight-lipped about the confirmation that he officially sacked Fresh Kid, Francis Kamoga revealed that he is left with no choice if the rapper’s parents fail to iron out their differences.

Fresh Kid’s future lies in the hands of his parents and we hope this can be sorted but we also welcome the arrival of the fresh talent in Remah.

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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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