Gagamel crew music icon, Moses Ssali largely famed by his stage name Bebe Cool has once again resurfaced into the limelight after a long while of silence. Bebe in a Facebook page livestream bbroadcast Monday night announced a span of his next moves regarding his political and career future.
The Gagamel boss began his speech with condoling the demise of his son, Allan Shortkut who died last week after 40 days in the ICU. In an emotional moment, Bebe broke down in tears and confessed having denied the fallen artiste a life he was supposed to have. “I regret putting Allan in a life he never wanted. I wish I had left him to do all the things he cherished as an individual,” Bebe said. He however disregarded the rumour which headlined in a national paper that his nephew Allan had succumbed to the novel Corona virus disease.
In another controversy, Bebe urged Ugandan youths to back off politics and indulge themselves in income generating ventures. “I want to tell my fellow Ugandans especially the youths who are wasting time following Bobi Wine. No body will give you food on table even if the government changes,” Bebe Cool said. “My brothers; Joseph Mayanja and Bobi Wine should preach the hustle we went through to become successful instead of misleading the youths,” he said. On the rumours that his silence stems from an incident in which he was blocked by the SFC from accessing state house premises, Bebe said, “even if the rumour is right. I would stay away from state house but still I cannot join the opposition. Uganda has no opposition, but rather deal cutters. MPs have overstayed in parliament for four terms and you tell me they want change,” Bebe said. He added, “I cannot at any point join NUP/PP. I would still stay a silent NRM supporter even if Museveni chased me out of his life.”