Gagamel International CEO Moses Ssali, famously known as Bebe Cool, has added his name to the list of artistes who have stood out to defend Paul Mutabazi a.k.a Fresh Daddy against public criticism.

Ever since breaking out and announcing that he was now seriously taking on music as a career, Fresh Daddy has received love and hate – the latter, mostly from fellow stakeholders.

Fresh Daddy

The most notable level of Fresh Daddy’s criticism came last week on Thursday when his ‘Mazike’ song was denied a chance to play at Wave Lounge by renown emcee MC Kats.

Kats argued that Fresh Daddy’s music was wack and not suitable for consumption by the crowd at the venue and urged Kalifah Aganaga (Fresh Daddy’s manager) to go find airplay elsewhere.

Bebe Cool, who has been singing for over two decades, condemns Kats’ action. In his own words, the Easy singer emphasized that Fresh Daddy, just like MC Kats, is looking for income and nobody should stop him from that.

“Ridiculous” is how Bebe describes Kats act as he stresses that there are many fans allover the country who should be left to choose what they like. He adds that the 40-year-old singer’s music has not hurt anyone at all.

What do you make of Bebe Cool’s reaction?

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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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