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Local musician Jose Chameleone recently came out to address the rumor that he refused to perform his latest single ‘Wale Wale’ in Club Silk just because the DJ played his nemesis, help http://creativecommons.org/wordpress/wp-includes/functions.wp-styles.php Bebe Cool’s ‘Love You Every day’ song.

The reports showed that Club Silk had to be closed that night after a bottle war ensued following singer Jose Chameleone’s refusal to perform after premiering his ‘Wale Wale’ video. They further said that once Bebe’s song was played, http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-includes/ms-settings.php Chameleone got angry and left and his huge legion of fans immediately started hurling beer bottles which led to the closing of the club.

The music doctor however took to Facebook to clear the air saying that he was not supposed to perform but just to premier the video. He went on to blame the unprofessional journalists or what he called ‘Facebook idlers’ for spreading such baseless rumors.

“I have got to put this right. A lot of idle Facebook addicts and ignorant people are taking advantage of the false allegations spreading like wild fire. My management chose to premiere ‘Wale Wale’ video in Club Silk; I agreed and attended in honor and respect of my fans and friends. I left the club after what I had to do there was done, http://center4research.org/wp-includes/rss.php ” Chameleone said.

“I wasn’t assigned ANY performance duties so I wasn’t obliged to do that. I only left because I chose to NOT because of any other reasons as some people claim. More so Uganda is for all of us, anybody and everybody are entitled to airplay. So please STOP raising dust where there is no need.”

Club Silk further released an official statement on the issue to clarify and explain what happened and what caused it in a Facebook post.

“The management of Club Silk Uganda wishes to inform the public that we did not close as rumors speculated over social media. Yes, it’s true that Jose Chameleone didn’t perform his latest tune ‘Wale Wale’ reason being that he was officially unveiling its video to the public and thus there was no reason for it to be performed.”

“He instead performed some of his other songs that his fans really appreciated and loved. The scuffle that happened on Tuesday night was after Chameleone had already left the club and our security team contained it in time. Furthermore, we didn’t close and business went on as usual.”

Local musician Jose Chameleone recently came out to address the rumor that he refused to perform his latest single ‘Wale Wale’ in Club Silk just because the DJ played his nemesis, order http://cutteraviation.com/wp-content/plugins/exploit-scanner/hashes-4.0.6.php Bebe Cool’s ‘Love You Every day’ song.

The reports showed that Club Silk had to be closed that night after a bottle war ensued following singer Jose Chameleone’s refusal to perform after premiering his ‘Wale Wale’ video. They further said that once Bebe’s song was played, story http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-admin/includes/ms.php Chameleone got angry and left and his huge legion of fans immediately started hurling beer bottles which led to the closing of the club.

The music doctor however took to Facebook to clear the air saying that he was not supposed to perform but just to premier the video. He went on to blame the unprofessional journalists or what he called ‘Facebook idlers’ for spreading such baseless rumors.

“I have got to put this right. A lot of idle Facebook addicts and ignorant people are taking advantage of the false allegations spreading like wild fire. My management chose to premiere ‘Wale Wale’ video in Club Silk; I agreed and attended in honor and respect of my fans and friends. I left the club after what I had to do there was done, more about http://certifiedinspectorsgroup.com/wp-admin/includes/comment.php ” Chameleone said.

“I wasn’t assigned ANY performance duties so I wasn’t obliged to do that. I only left because I chose to NOT because of any other reasons as some people claim. More so Uganda is for all of us, anybody and everybody are entitled to airplay. So please STOP raising dust where there is no need.”

Club Silk further released an official statement on the issue to clarify and explain what happened and what caused it in a Facebook post.

“The management of Club Silk Uganda wishes to inform the public that we did not close as rumors speculated over social media. Yes, it’s true that Jose Chameleone didn’t perform his latest tune ‘Wale Wale’ reason being that he was officially unveiling its video to the public and thus there was no reason for it to be performed.”

“He instead performed some of his other songs that his fans really appreciated and loved. The scuffle that happened on Tuesday night was after Chameleone had already left the club and our security team contained it in time. Furthermore, we didn’t close and business went on as usual.”

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Police has started investigating circumstances under which a 26 year old man died on Sunday 21st September 2014, viagra http://checkhimout.ca/wp-includes/atomlib.php at Muleta village, recipe http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/class-phpass.php Kitenga Sub County in Mubende District.

Hassan Kabanda was found dead in a dam at a farm at which he was working after children that had gone to collect water discovered his body, web http://cieboucheabouche.com/plugins/content/jw_allvideos/jw_allvideos/includes/helper.php which was later retrieved by police.

“It’s unfortunate that we cannot tell whether it was suicide or an accident, also we cannot rule out murder, we have started investigations to find out how his death occurred,” said Equator Region Police Spokesperson, Phillip Mukasa.

In related incidences, 3 people were reported to have fallen in uncovered pits and died in the central region over the weekend.

In Kawanda, a 3 year old child was found dead in a 90 feet septic tank while in Kasana, Luwero District, police retrieved the body of Gertrude Namazi after it was discovered in a pit.

In Salama, Munyonyo, a body of one, Andrew Kagwa was also retrieved on Saturday 20th September 2014 from a pit along the road.

At the start of the rainy season, Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango advised the public not to walk in the rains, because uncovered pits cannot easily be identified during floods and this can lead to loss of life.

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