Singer Kalifah Aganaga real name Sadat Mukiibi has joined the romantic war between fellow singers Eddy Kenzo and baby mama Rema Namakula.
The ‘Katono’ hit maker has however sided with Kenzo and advised Rema to learn how to treat a man before she decides to call it quits.
Kalifah expressed his views on the matter in his newest song titled ‘Sister’ directed at Rema.
On the day Kalifah released the song, he posted, “This is from me to you Sister Rema, others listen at your own risk.”
In the three minutes and eleven seconds song, Kalifah mentions her name ‘Rema Namakula’ before advising her first of all appreciate her man for all he has done for her.
He further tells Rema not to listen or believe rumours as they are the root cause of all problems in relationships.
In the song, Kalifah also ask Rema to be like Zuena Kirema, Barbie Itungo Kyagulanyi and Daniellla Atim Mayanja who have stood by their men, Bebe Cool, Bobi Wine and Jose Chameleone for decades despite numerous rumours about them.
Kalifah’s song ‘Sister’ is a response to Rema’s ‘Siri Muyembe’ released a few weeks back that was directed at her baby daddy, BET award winner Kenzo in which she asked him to ‘put a ring on it’ as she is tired of waiting.
It should be noted that the ‘Deep in Love’ singer has asked Kenzo to make their relationship official by wedding her on a number of occasions in vain.
Rema released ‘Siri Muyembe’ amidst cheating allegations on Kenzo’s side with a US based Ugandan babe.
Kenzo later responded by claiming he doesn’t care in a song.
Kalifah’s ‘Sister’ is already toping local charts just a few days after its release.
However, there is rumour that Kenzo paid Kalifah to release the song.