By Judith Nasenya
Uganda’s artiste, Moses Ssali who goes by the stage name, Bebe Cool has recently been in the news for the wrong reasons.
From getting verbal flogging for his attack on Robert Kyagulanyi, his novel ways of distributing NRM T-shirts, and lately his role in the arrest of the Nigerian artistes, Bebe Cool is in more shit.
The Nigerian duo, Omah lay and Tems got arrested on Sunday for allegedly flouting MOH SOPs on corona when they performed at Ddungu Resort in Munyonyo on Saturday.
After spending a day in Kitalya and Kigo prisons, the Nigerian musicians Stanley Omah Didia and Temilade Openiyi were released on 15th December, 2020.
The release order was issued by Grade One Magistrate Jude Okumu Muwone.
The first person to break the news was none other than Bebe Cool when he took to social media, saying, “We got our brothers and sister out,”.
Now Nigeria’s finest female singer Tems has given Uganda’s Bebe Cool the highest level of bashing saying the Ugandan artiste has shit for brains
“@bebeCoolUG I know you before? Who the f**k are you? You followed the police around and bribed them to send you pictures of our release papers so that you can look like yo had anything to do with the release. See your head? Na pit latrine inside your not brain”
The obviously very angry Tems ranted on.
“@bebeCoolUg, your friend broke into our room and took us after YOU called. Only for me to see you in the DPO’s office, chilling and laughing with him. Lmao in my presence and you thought I would sit there and allow you to speak to me. You are worse than sh*t.
Undone, Tems abused Bebe Cool saying he is a stinking bitch.
“@bebe CoolUg first of all, you are what I call a stinking dirty f**king bitch,”
“@bebeCoolUG You called the police on Us, you got us arrested…”
“@bebe Cool, avoid Nigeria for the rest of your life. If you ever find out I’m in the same place as you. RUN for your life because I will not be in chains. And nothing will stop me from pouncing on you. You should cut off your dik, its clearly too small to be useful,” Tems wrote
Meanwhile, Omah lay while narrating his arrest ordeal said said that he was treated like a common thief.
“The past few days have been some of the toughest of my life that I wouldn’t wish them on anyone. Out in a new country with some beautiful people, the next thing I’m being treated like a common thief,” Omah lay said.
“First off I want to thank all the amazing fans that came out to see me in Uganda, the smiles on your happy faces that evening would be one of my happiest memories,” he said.
Omah has also cleared the waves that his concert was cleared by authorities including the Covid-19 compliance.
“Also I wanna clarify that putting you in harm’s way was never my intention! Before we came out to Uganda, the show promoters confirmed and proved to us they’d secured all the clearances which of course included Covid 19 compliance,” Omah lay said.
“At that point, my sole obligation became to make myself available to be taken to the venue and entertain, which I did in the full glare and protection of the Ugandan police,” he said.