The beef between Ugandan Dancehall singers King Michael and Ziza Bafana keeps deepening with each side hurling all kinds of jibes at the other each time they appear in public.

In an interview with a local TV recently, King Michael urged Bafana to receive his request and allow to take care of his cattle which he received as tokens for the festive season from President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

King Michael is a publicly known supporter of the president and the National Resistance Movement and he is part of the group of artistes who have materially benefited from the government.

On the other hand, Ziza Bafana is an ardent opposition singer who believes and advocates for change of leadership just like People Power leader and singer Bobi Wine.

In response, Ziza Bafana hit back at King Michael saying that the ‘Muko Muko’ singer is just a beggar who has failed to help the people in society who have entrusted him with their support overtime.

I am the god of Ragga, period. Without my physical presence, my music still keeps going on. All they do is talk. If you can’t work for yourself and you’re just given freebies, stay put in that situation. Let those that work hard keep working.

All they do is beg and I’m not at their level. I can buy myself a shirt, I can buy cows but am not a herdsman, am a musician.

Ziza Bafana

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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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