Two months after suspending all public performances, star singer Bebe Cool is finally ready to end the ban.
The dread locked Gagamel boss banned public performances following the unfortunate incident at Lugogo Cricket Oval where he was pelted with bottles of water and beer during the Swangz All-Star concert featuring Jamaican dancehall star Tarrus Riley on 30th August.
The next day, the ‘Wasibukawa’ singer revealed he was suspending public performances for fear of his safety and that of his family.
Bebe Cool through his social media pages has announced that he is resuming public performances when he returns from USA where he has been for close to a month visiting his mother and shooting new music videos.
The singer is likely to make his first public performance during the festive season at his annual ‘Tondeka W Kiwatule’ shows on Boxing Day.
“About to be ready for my return to Uganda for what you would call the most exciting entertainment festive season where brains, money, strength, looks and size matter”. Bebe Cool posted.