Bebe Cool has hit back at Bobi Wine over the latter’s call for an apology from him. In his response, Bebe Cool referred to Bobi Wine as a flop (who is not worthy his time).
“He is just “tontomist” (drunk on local brew) seeking attention. A hit song does better,” the self-declared big size posted on Twitter.
On Monday Byekwaso singer, Bobi Wine gave Bebe Cool only seven days to apologise to South Sudanese over the statement he made last week.
“We all do not want governments of other countries to deny our people work opportunities because we accommodate theirs. However, I think it’s rather careless to attack an entire population of a country because of a government policy,” Bobi Wine posted Monday on Facebook.
“I have personally done some business with South Sudanese and a lot of them are good people. So Mr. Bebe Cool, I CHALLENGE YOU TO APOLOGIZE TO THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH SUDAN. It will save you a lot of hate and it will build a good relationship between our people and Sudanese.”
“This challenge is valid for only Seven days(1week).”
The singer was again attacked on Tuesday over the same statement. While commenting on the statement, gossip queen, Mary Luswata has asked Zuena’s husband to “do the world a favour and kill himself.”
“Because this guy is just a disgrace to human race……advocating hate because of the six killed Ugandans or more, does not make any sense at all. I know to you its revenging (like how most of the fools do it), but what you’re doing is causing more harm,” Luswata advised, something she rarely does.
Bebe Cool Last week warned Sudanese against attending his shows, effective from 15 October, 2014.
“South Sudan has decided to send away all foreign workers, including all our Ugandan brothers and sisters who had invested in the country.
If it turns out to be true, let me be the first person to react positively by saying; let no South Sudanese ever attend my concerts, effective 15 October,” he wrote.
His statement came a day after South Sudan’s Labour Minister ordered all foreign workers to leave the country, effective Oct. 15 and businesses or organizations must thereafter advertise for the vacant posts.