Faded singer Brian Kaye, alias Qute Kaye, has survived lynching by a mob after he was nabbed helping himself with lights from a parked car in Busega.
According to eye witnesses, the Ginkeese singer dressed in grey jeans and blue shoes with a matching shirt was caught red-handed plucking indicator and front lights off a Toyota Harrier.
Residents then gathered to clobber whoever was caught in the act, only to realise it was the same man who made them fall in love with RnB songs.
Qute Kaye launched himself to the public following a debut album titled Ginkeese, a song about a best friend who betrayed him by sleeping with his beloved wife.
However, the singer started sliding backwards at a high speed, that at one time he was rumoured dead due to illness. Kaye would later resurface at Pastor Kayanja’s 77 Days of Glory, looking sharp, changed and converted.
The singer would then claim that Joseph Mayanja, alias Jose Chameleone had sacrificed him for personal success in a very teary confession and leaked audio later.
Kaye was taken in by Kayanja and given a Prado TX, which he allegedly sold to sustain himself.