Jamaican singer Garfield Spence aka Konshens has addressed the criticism of not giving the late Mowzey Radio’s mother money. Apparently the Couple Up singer visited the late Goodlyf singer’s resting place in Kagga, Nakawuka in Entebbe municipality.
The singer faces some criticism from some Ugandans who said that the Jamaican didn’t give any condolences to Radio’s mother. It should be recalled that the whole meeting was filmed. Some people even said that this was done to promote his upcoming show.
But according to the Jamaican, he didn’t give their money because he didn’t know he had to. This is because all he did was put of respect.
“I’ve seen people online asking why i didn’t give the Late Mozey Radio’s family money, I didn’t know that I had to give them money, I did whatever I did out of respect,” said Konshens.
Apparently, some Ugandans have it stuck in their heads that whoever comes to visit a deceased person should leave money behind. This is not bearing in mind that people are from different cultures.
Meanwhile Konshens is going to be performing at the Blankets and Wine party this weekend. Having last been to Uganda in 2013, he’s expected to deliver a sublime performance.