Last evening was one of those not so good evenings for singer Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool who was chased out of the Nigerian High Commission.
The artist had gone to attend a meeting with Nigerian officials following the release of Nigerian Artists Omah Lay and Tems who had been arrested over the weekend and remanded to Kitalya Prison after being arraigned before court on Monday.
Bebe Cool was only allowed to have an interview with NBS Television outside the Nigerian High Commission premises in Nakasero through which he expressed his dissatisfaction having been part of the team that effected the release of the Nigerian duo.
The Artists has been arrested over the weekend and were arraigned before court on Monday after which they were sent to Kitalya Prison on remand.
Social Media went awash to demand for the release of the artists with many castigating Ugandan artists for causing the arrest of the Nigerian duo.
Bebe Cool had it rough, being on the receiving end of bitter insults from both the Nigerians and fellow Ugandans.
The Gagamel boss, however, spent the better part of Tuesday December 16th, 2020 working with the authorities to secure the release of the Artists.
Later on after their release, Bebe Cool was part of the team that picked them from Kitalya Prison were they had been remanded and moved with them all the way to the Nigerian High Commission in Nakasero were they were scheduled to be handed over to the Nigerian Ambassador to Uganda.
Bebe Cool was bound to have an interview with NBS Television Uncut Kalakata Team at the Nigerian High Commission but the Silent Majority boss, was “chased out” together with the NBS Television crew.
The Gagamel International singer expressed his disgust with the way how they were treated at the embassy yet they meant no harm.
He, however, also noted that he understands the frustration amongst the personnel at the embassy and that the heat of the moment could have gotten to their heads.