Music giant Jose Chameleon has said he will not allow being bullied by music fans who want him to dance to their tunes.
During Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s birthday bash at Lugogo Cricket Oval, Chameleon spent over 20 minutes venting at fans who had criticized him on social media for siding with the government.
“I’m here to sing because of my friend Toyota. You all remember he gave me a Range Rover. Some of you were not happy. But I don’t care. I am here to sing because of Muhoozi. I make my choices. Some of you want to make decisions for me. I won’t accept that,” he bitterly said.
“Why mix politics with music all time. I no longer care about what you say because I won’t contest again. That chapter ended,” he added.
“Some people have been saying that I won’t sing in South Africa or any other places if I perform here at Muhoozi’s birthday, hmmm, no one can bully me. I will perform wherever I want,” he concluded.
It is reported that Chameleon and Bebe Cool were the highest-paid entertainers at Muhoozi’s birthday bash.