Pallaso, together with his brother Jose Chameleone, were in Nairobi over the weekend to perform at the Tomorrow Leaders Festival. The concert registered a low turn up resulting into an anti-climax of performances.

As it is the norm, several gossip columns in Ugandan tabloids quickly ran the stories about how the Ugandan performers fared at the show. Urban TV’s Scoop On Scoop show presenter Tina Fierce called out Jose Chameleone which did not go down well with Pallaso.

Tina Fierce on the show

During the show, Tina revealed that the concert in Nairobi was a big flop despite the organizers pooling popular artistes including Morgan Heritage, Alaine, Diamond Platnumz, among others.

A tweet, through Urban TV’s twitter handle, was sent out claiming that Jose Chameleone went ahead and performed for the empty seats which was very unstarlike, comparing the act to Diamond who refused to perform at the almost empty venue.

The tweet felt like a double edged sword cutting through Pallaso’s mind and he made it a point to let his pain show. The TGM boss replied the tweet immediately, calling out the presenter for such a tweet.

He is displeased that a Ugandan could come up with such a tweet about a fellow Ugandan artiste. He hinted that Ugandans cannot prosper if they ‘keep knocking each other down’.

Woooow Uganda? Wooow This tweet coming in from Urban TV has broken my heart. Uganda can never win if we still choosing to knock each other down. Among all artists that came only Uganda has a negative tweet towards their own.

Pallaso | Twitter

Does he have a point there?

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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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