Big Talent CEO Eddy Kenzo has lambasted fellow singers Bebe Cool and King Saha over the current beef they are having. According to Kenzo, broke artists shouldn’t be fighting against each other.
He said that the Ugandan industry is also too young to be accommodating such beefs. They should be working together hand in hand in order to promote each other.
It’s therefore absurd to see musicians always beefing each other and most of the times they are even broke. The Weekend singer highlighted how the artists from other countries they compete with are financially out of their reach yet they don’t beef each other.
Kenzo also talked about his alleged beef with Bobi Wine. He said that he has no problem with the Kiwani singer. Its just each of them is focused on achieving personal goals which are very different.
“I advise those brothers of mine to leave fighting each other. Our industry is still too young to be in fights and bickering. We should be aiming at building and pushing it ahead, the rest can come later. Imagine the people we compete with on the Continent such as Nigerians charge over 500,000 dollars and yet for us we can’t even charge 20,000 dollars.
I also have no issue with Bobi Wine, its just that each one of us is into doing different things now. I’m just into positive vibes and I don’t like beefs because they take us no where,” said Kenzo.