Singer Apass has come out to criticize Ugandan upcoming artists who try so hard to compete with big artists who already worked so hard to gain fame and property.
While appearing on ‘Morning at NTV’ on Friday 25, the controversial artist told the hosts of the show that a lot of new artists want to emulate the benefits of the industry even when they have not worked hard to earn them.
“You find someone trying to compete with Jose Chameleone in owning cars yet he has not worked as hard as him,” he said.
The singer who was invited to address the topic on the Pressure that social Media amounts on Celebrities, advised upcoming artists to work hard and know their value.
“Music can pay. You just have to work hard and know your value. “
Apass went on describing Music as a very good avenue of getting money before citing himself as a hard worker whose music has gone international.
The ‘Didada’ hitmaker also disclosed that some Ugandan artists are doing more than just music but are involved in prostitution and homosexuality.