Miles Rwamiti might have thought that it was going to be just another troll about a common celebrity like he usually does with singers, little did he know that was he tampering with two princes of Ugandan football.

In the football spheres, Allan Okello and Mustafa Kizza have won themselves some kind of favor amongst the fans who look at them a gods of a kind. Well, their talent speaks for itself.

Speaking anything negative against them, even in public, will earn you a few insults if not slaps. Miles Rwamiti did not get the memo as he attacked them on Twitter for their dress code at the recently concluded 2019 Airtel FUFA Awards.

On Sunday morning, the Spark TV Koona Ne Miles Rwamiti show host sent out a tweet in which he questioned Allan Okello and Mustafa Kizza’s dress code saying that the suits they were donning at the awards were for High School kids.

Kale such suits were the in-thing during our High School days. We used to rock them for our promos. Would I wear such today? Big NO! Our people should really learn how to dress. You just can’t like a student to attend the Airtel FUFA Awards.

Miles Rwamiti | Twitter

Before he added the full-stop on his tweet, football fans and followers of the KCCA FC dependable players were already bombarding his handle with trolls and insults of different kinds.

The Koona presenter might still be in hiding after the amount and nature of trolls that were directed towards him. From his grammar to his physical appearance, the tweeps had no kind words.

A one @UgaProdigalSon tweeted; “What do you know about fashion? Omutwe gukulinga helmet ya safeboda.”

Below are more of the trolls that were sent flying his way:

Poor Rwamiti! He might need to watch his every step next time he visits the Phillip Omondi Stadium since he is not in the best terms with the fans and players.

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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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