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Eddy Kenzo Worried That He Might Die Soon

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Edrisa Musuuza, who goes by the stage name Eddy Kenzo, claims that his life is under threat and could be killed by the so-called haters that do not wish to see him succeed in his career and other projects.

According to Eddy Kenzo, ever since he launched his recently successful festival, things have taken a dark turn for the music artist who now fears for his life every day. Reports from various tabloids also state that certain social media users tried to derail Kenzo’s festival by sending out false reports that his concert was for those who only support Sevo’s son General Muhoozi.

The Afrobeats star later held a press conference at Fairway Hotel a day back letting everyone know that they were just rumours but also revealed that the matters went beyond just false social media posts and have turned into physical threats.

The Sitya Loss hitmaker also revealed that there is a group of people who want to assassinate him and are looking for a way to use that opportunity to make it seem like an accident just like they did for popular music artists like Micheal Jackson and South African reggae singer Lucky Dube.

“Please pray for me, the things you see online don’t stop there. There are lots of people being paid to kill me. Let me say these things when I’m still alive because I’m not sure whether I’ll see tomorrow.” – Eddy Kenzo said during the press conference.

Given the sketchy nature of the reports, we are yet to receive a comment from the Uganda Police regarding these death threats and whether they hold true according to what Eddy Kenzo has said so far. Of course, there’s a possibility this could be just another celebrity stunt to draw attention towards the music artist but we can’t truly dismiss Kenzo’s claims given how things roll in UG.

 

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