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Eddy Kenzo Initiates Probe into Ray G and Azawi Dispute

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Singer Eddy Kenzo who doubles as the Uganda National Musicians Federation (UNMF) President has come out to speak against the feud between Ray G and Azawi.

In a recent turn of events at the Comedy Store UG event in Mbarara, a stage misunderstanding between Azawi and Ray G unfolded, creating a ripple effect of controversy.

Ray G insisted on performing before Azawi, leading to a public disagreement that escalated when videos of the incident circulated on social media. This incident not only sparked heated debates among fans but also fueled tribal sentiments, dividing supporters from Central and Western Uganda.

As tensions escalated, Azawi issued a statement denouncing Ray G as disrespectful and unprofessional. Unfortunately, the aftermath of this feud took a dark turn as Ray G faced a hostile audience during his performance at Enkuuka Tobongoota on December 31st in Lubiri, Mengo. The artist was pelted with bottles, highlighting the extent to which the dispute had escalated beyond a mere stage disagreement.

In response to the unfolding chaos, Eddy Kenzo, took to social media to express his dismay.

Kenzo labeled the incident as absurd, particularly given the industry’s current need for unity. He announced that he had directed the Uganda National Musicians Federation Secretariat to conduct a thorough investigation and provide a report.

Kenzo emphasized the importance of addressing the issue promptly to maintain harmony within the entertainment sector.

Eddy Kenzo Initiates Probe into Ray G And Azawi Dispute

Eddy Kenzo, serving as the President of the Uganda National Musicians Federation (UNMF) and a renowned singer, has intervened in the recent conflict between Ray G and Azawi.

The dispute unfolded during the Comedy Store UG event in Mbarara, where a stage disagreement between the two artists led to a widespread controversy.

Ray G’s insistence on performing before Azawi sparked a public disagreement, intensifying when videos of the incident circulated on social media. This not only triggered debates among fans but also fueled tribal sentiments, causing division among supporters from Central and Western Uganda.

As tensions rose, Azawi publicly criticized Ray G, branding him as disrespectful and unprofessional.

The aftermath took a dark turn for Ray G during his performance at Enkuuka Tobongoota on December 31st in Lubiri, Mengo, where he faced a hostile audience, being pelted with bottles.

Responding to the escalating chaos, Eddy Kenzo expressed his dismay on social media, deeming the incident absurd, especially given the industry’s current need for unity.

Kenzo announced that he had instructed the UNMF Secretariat to conduct a comprehensive investigation and produce a report, emphasizing the urgency of addressing the issue to maintain harmony within the entertainment sector.

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