Masaka Tycoon Drags Singer Fik Fameica to Police

Rapper Fik Fameica has landed in hot water.

The ‘Tonsukuma’ hit maker who is currently in Nairobi for Coke Studio Africa 2019 has been dragged to police by businessman tycoon and music promoter Lwasa Emmanuel.

The Masaka based tycoon has accused Fik Fameica of failing to perform at a show that was held at his Club Tavern after receiving a hefty payment.

According to reports, the singer’s manager Karma Ivan was forced to replace Fik Fameica with his collaborator Wembley Mo so as to diffuse the situation.

Lwasa Emmanuel with Desire Luzinda

But the move apparently just forced the situation out of control after revelers discovered it wasn’t Fik Fameica performing.
They descended upon the dancer and beat him to pulp.

Wembley Mo was rushed to a hospital where he is currently being treated for cracked ribs and bad breathing.

The loaded Lwasa has vowed to take the matters to court after reportedly filing a police case against the rapper.

Lwasa emerged on the scene a few years back after reportedly hooking Desire Luzinda.


Meanwhile Fik Fameica is yet to respond to the allegations as he remains holed up in Nairobi.

The singer was recently announced as one of the participants in the 2019 edition of Coke Studio Africa, joining Sheebah Karungi, Alvin Kizz and other singers across Africa.

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