Kenzo to sleep outside Kibuli Mosque until Sheikh Muzaata apologises

Written by on October 14, 2019

Singer Edirisa Musuza alias Kenzo has announced he will be sleeping outside the Kibuli Mosque for an indefinite period until the PRO, Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata apologises for disgracing him and apparently invoking his mother’s memory, as well as referring to him as gay.  Kenzo who has been running post after post on social media about the same claiming that by the religious leader referring to his dead mother while he preached on the sidelines of Rema’s kwanujula ceremony, he invoked strong and sad feelings about his deceased mother.  The singer now wants Sheikh Muzaata to apologise or he will accommodate himself at Kibuli Mosque premises in protest.  “I’m coming back and I will be sleeping outside kibuli Mosque until I see Mr muzata njagala ampowe ne maama wange,” Kenzo said.  During the KUkyala ceremony last week, the Sheikh Muzaata congratulated Rema for dumping the sitya loss singer, claiming that the singer was only a time-waster. He used the words ‘love nigga, semyekozo” to literally refer to Kenzo as a man who wants to behave like a baby and never commit.  Although Muzaata would later apologise to Kenzo, the singer now claims he was also hurt by the Sheik referring to him as gay.

Kenzo’s unedited post

Muzata tayinza kungamba ngende mpase maama wange ate natakoma okwo nagamba ensonga lwaki nyina pin mumatu ndya ebisiyaga era thats what I’m doing in America I saw this clip with my eyes on Salam TV.  Oba ensi yona enkyaye I understand but no body knows what I feel muzata got nothing to lose because ye wakitalo nyo yasoma edini namala. But me I have alot to lose elinya lyenzimbidde emyaka nsula sebase nonyeza family yange future nungi because we have a bad history. But at this moment I don’t care. oba byona bigwawo kabigwewo muzata ayina okumbulira oba omuntu ayinza okuwasa maamawe, to all my friends don’t call me again I don’t need anybody’s advice for now oba nfa kanfe its ok. Muzata I’m coming back oli wamanyi me I’m nothing oyina abagomerizi banji that I know but I’m ready to die.  I don’t need anything right now I need my dignity  And congratulations muzata and your supporters kyemwabadde mugoba mukifunye olugendo lwange lugenda oba lukoma kalukome. I’m coming back.  In related matters, renowned Homosexual critic, pastor Martin Ssempa has offered to counsel the singer for free in order to get to the ‘bottom of these gay allegations” and his ‘failed relationship with Rema.”

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