Singer Eddie Muwonge must be cursing why he went to Wandegeya mosque last Friday, because he got the mother of all embarrassments when Muslims cut off his dreadlocks. It’s a taboo for a Muslim man to do things that make him look like a woman so that is how Muwonge, who is based in South Africa, lost his mane with the ‘barbers’ of the day using all sorts of sharp items from knives to razors to chop the man’s dreadlocks. His white kanzu turned brown as he tried to put up a fight for his right to wear dreadlocks.

“Now Gadhafi [Jose Chameleone] – because as far as we know he is still a Muslim – OS and Moses Ssali [Bebe Cool] stand warned; you are next,” shouted a ‘barber’.
Looks like a few people will not be stepping near a mosque anytime soon, lest Muwonge’s fate comes visiting.

Mulindwa Muwonge, Bwanika Ssensuwa now join Star FM

Mulindwa Muwonge and Bwanika Ssensuwa have joined Star FM where their controversial programmes Eddoboozi lya MunnaUganda (Saturday 10 pm – 12am) and Ekijja Omanyi (from 11pm) respectively, will now be aired.

This, after the programmes were early this year pulled off Peter Sematimba’s Super FM in changes that ruffled quite a few feathers. Star Trail also hears the duo have got additional pips at Star FM, with Mulindwa now the Programmes Director and Bwanika the Station Manager.

Stephen Mugambe, Star FM’s former manager has been posted to Nakasongola, to head UBC’s sister station there, Buruuli 107FM. Do we hear an ‘ouch’? The appointments that also saw one Bonnabaana become the boss at Star TV, are effective last week.

Muwonge and Bwanika – who is also husband to Super FM’s Ruth Kalibbala – were pioneers at the Rubaga-based station, although Mulindwa is also frequently seen at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), where he is rumoured to be also a worker of sorts.

AK47 in trouble over fatigues

Jose Chameleone’s kid brother AK 47 is being hunted by police to answer several charges. Star Trail reveals that the cops want AK 47 to explain how he got the military fatigues he wore in his new video Action Pact.

According to insiders at Leone Island, ever since AK47 released the controversial video posing around in army fatigues, cops have been hunting for him but so far he has successfully eluded them.

They stormed his crib over the weekend but he hid, claiming he had gone to perform somewhere but they are patiently waiting for him. Hope they remember he is a brother to Africa’s number six! Plus, what is an AK47 without fatigues? Duh!

Bugembe to launch Biriba Bitya

Pastor Wilson Bugembe will on this August 31 launch his latest album Biriba Bitya at Hotel Equatoria’s parking yard. And after several promoters lined up to organize his launch, Eddie Muguluusi emerged the winner.

The song that has the best video of the year continues to receive massive attention from audiences. It is a song that tries to draw a picture of how things will be on the judgement day.

Pastor Bugembe tells people to repent and get prepared to go to heaven as the heavenly gates will only be opened to those that followed God’s ways while on earth. The main show at Equatoria parking will cost Shs 20,000 and Shs 50,000 for normal tickets and VIP tickets respectively.

It’s a yacht not a boat – Bobi Wine

While debate continues to grow over Bobi Wine’s latest purchase, he seems unbothered by haters and continues to explain his new luxurious item in better words. In the latest Facebook posts, Bobi Wine has made a bigger statement saying that he bought the thingy for $ 750,000 (about Shs 1.9 bn) and that it is a yacht, not a boat as it was earlier reported.

“Tabloids are at it again, blinding me with their wrong and inaccurate speculations. Yes, I did not buy a boat. I bought a yacht. Go and google it. Check out Regal Sport yacht. If you are too lazy to check the price out, I will help you out; it costs 750,000 dollars,” Bobi Wine wrote.

He claims to have paid the Shs 300m to URA in taxes.

“When you get what they can’t believe, they will either say you stole, borrowed or rented it from some tycoon. Tebakkiriza naye nga kituufu. I am a high-budget gangster and hey my new yacht is worth $750,000 (Shs1.9bn) without tax or Transport to Uganda… so haters better get used to it. Waliyo ab’akabi, ate waliyo abaamalayo.”

Okay…although a yacht is technically still a boat, your ‘excellency’.

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