Jose Chameleone ready for battle of champions with Bebe Cool but on one condition

Nelson Bwire Kapo

Self proclaimed music doctor Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleon has beckoned self appointed Big Size Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool for the mouthwatering music battle of the champions.

There has been rumour that the two music heavy weights intend to battle on stage and settle the lingering question of who rules the music industry?

The rumour could have been endorsed by events promoter Balaam Barugahara when he posted thus; “What was this??? Twalikuki ? Katandikabutandisi maso kulutimbe always ready for the battle is every one ever ready?”

Balaam however denied being the originator of the rumour, but indicated he can not wait to have a battle as such.

Bebe Cool on the other hand has been tight lipped about this, only posting that his fans should anticipate a very important announcement next week.

“To all my fans. I will make a special announcement come this Monday 26th Feb  at 2pm that will make a major impact on the Uganda music industry. Have a good weekend.”

Should Bebe Cool’s announcement be about the music battle with Jose Chameleone, the latter who insists is “undisputed” has vowed to bury him alive in front of his disciples.

“I have heard of the battle with my big brother though no one has come forward to put the deal on table. I am a music Dynamo and who so ever wants to battle should know that that’s the day you are going to be buried before your disciples!! And I will put a cross on your grave as I engrave R.I.P,” Chameleone said.

The champion singer has also nodded in approval of the battle but has set one condition, that there is no time limit.

“I will only enter the anticipated showdown if the KCCA will agree to let it be no time limit, he who runs out of music, goes home.”

Bebe Cool has already featured in two of the battles, one against Goodlyf duo of Mowzey Radio and Weasel, and another with Gheto Gladiator Bobi Wine who now has been consumed by his new role as Kyandondo East legislator and has since stuck to Robert Kyagulanyi.














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