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“A person called Bebe Cool should not be here” – Angry Nigerians throw Bebe Cool out of Embassy

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Bebe Cool - Omah Lay - Tems
Bebe Cool - Omah Lay - Tems

Musician  Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool was thrown out out of Nigeria embassy where he claimed that he had gone to help Omah Lay and Tems  fly back to Nigeria.

Omah Lay and Tems were arrested on Sunday having performed for fans at the Big Brunch concert which happened on Saturday 12th December 2020.

Bebe Cool said that he had gone to ensure their safety after their release from custody but they were too angry and accused him of having led to their arrest after he made a post swearing to sabotage their concert here in Uganda.

He was harshly chased away after he intended to have a live interview with NBS TV’s Kayz inside the Nigerian Embassy.

“A person called Bebe Cool should not step here,” Nigerians ordered him to leave immediately.

 

Bebe Cool and Omah Lay after his release
Bebe Cool and Omah Lay after his release

The “Wakayima” singer expressed disappointment by the Nigerians’ character even after he claimed to have had a hand in their release from Prison.

“I am disgusted by their character, they are very hard people to deal with even after me helping to get their artistes out of jail, they didnot give me a chance to explain what exactly happened,” angry Bebe Cool said.

It should be noted that Bebe Cool came into the spotlight for having aided Police to arrest the artistes Omah Lay and Tems  for performing at an illegal concert.

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