Peng Peng’s letter to King Michael that left everyone stunned

Dear Mr. Mugwanya Micheal, I know you’re going through a rough time right now but keep calm as you learn from your mistakes.

Politics has a big impact on our lives today, however, A person who was raised along Entebbe Road like peng peng I cant laugh at You.

I remember your hustle bro nga wetiika Matooke gabantu nabasitulilako Miguugu ku Stella.

You have always been hardworking bruh from Matooke Stage to Lido beach Dj.From deejaying to a musician with indelible Hit songs like Muko Muko.

Bruh I remember those luxurious cars you drove along Entebbe road, You loved me a lot elanga Namayilungi tugabaana, Playing cards(matatu)with our comrades Megadee, Sizzaman, Chagga, etc.

Michael, I just wanna remind you that you’re street smart. These NRM people can destroy anything. I don’t care if your career is decayed at the moment but with those old hit songs tosobolwa kubulwa 1M a week. Michael people are bleeding in our Country that’s why they couldn’t support you.

Don’t sit on a national Tv and praise a dictator because they promised to fund your concert. Why do you think the president reached the extent of offering an open bar for Bebecool’s Concert? Blood come back to the bleeding site (people power).

You’re street smart obusente bwobajemu bumala run for your life/career. Wali Mukozi Michael omuntu eyatambulilanga mutooka zamatooke yalimukozi.Imagine a collaboration with Bobiwine, Eddy Kenzo, Mayinja, Hilderman, etc tosobola kubulwa kyakulya.

Blood sorry about last night but it’s all about the choices you made but you could still do your homework its not late.

~~ Raymond Soulfa (Peng Peng)

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