I have no hand in Sitya Loss dancer’s death – Singer Eddy Kenzo
Award-winning Ugandan singer Eddy Kenzo has dispelled claims that he has a hand in the death of Sitya Loss dancer, Alex Sempijja.
Alex passed away on November 30 at a tender age of 14, and some quotas wondered how a bicycle could rob someone’s life.
Uganda Online Website Directory reports: “… a section of fans think the young man’s death could be linked to some sort of illuminati power which Kenzo is branding as nonsense.”
The outlet adds: “They go on to say that the same power is the reason behind Kenzo’s success something that did not go down well with him.”
Eddy Kenzo took to his social media pages to refute the rumours, adding his success is a consequence of his hard work.
“Today it’s me, tomorrow it’s you. I know it’s all about my success, but I don’t blame you for saying nonsense about me. I am who I am because I worked day and night. Alex, I know Allah will be the only person who can talk to you and He will tell you how much I needed you. Rest in peace my soldier,” wrote Kenzo.
Alex Sempijja was laid to rest on Wednesday, December 2 at his ancestral home in Butambala District, Uganda.
Alex’s fellow dancer Patricia Nabakooza, who was hospitalized after being involved in the grisly accident, has gotten out of coma.
Eddy Kenzo made the announcement late Monday night, adding that Nabakooza is now able to sit on her own. She is also able to drink tea and recognize people.
To further affirm his success can be attributed to his hard work and not Illuminati, Kenzo updated yet another status.
“If you fail to achieve dreams, change your ways not God”
“Successful people have two things on their lips: smile and silence. Smile can solve problem while silence can avoid problems. Sugar and salt may be mixed together but ants reject the salt and carry away only the sugar. Select the right people in life and make your life better and sweeter. If you fail to achieve your dreams, change your ways not your God,” reads his post in part.
The singer continued with his rant, adding that one should not pay too much attention to what people say about them.
“Remember, trees change their leaves and not their roots. You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones to every dog that barks. Haters will see you walking on water and say it’s because you can’t swim. Even if you dance on water, your enemies will accuse you of raising dust,” he added.
The singer went further to quote the Bible in his conclusion saying: “Make it your ambition to live a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your own hands. Remember; don’t ever wrestle with a pig. You’ll both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it.”
For a while now rumours have been doing rounds linking the Sitya Loss hit-maker’s musical prowess to the Illuminati; claims which he has often vehemently denied.
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