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Jamal Wasswa Hospitalized in Sweden a head of show

Reports reaching our news desk indicate that Ugandan musician Jamal Wasswa was forced to cancel a performance in Sweden over weekend ” due to an unforseen medical Complication” that led to hospitalization.

Jamal Wasswa was salted to perform in Sweden over the weekend but he had to pull out minutes before showtime.

According to Mbu website reported that singer might be have been poisoned on his recent visit in Sweden.

That Jamal was reported to have discovered a high temperature and later developed a fever and terrible running stomach which forced him to he hospitalized.

However , a section of critics who are based in Sweden disputes the poisoning rumors .

They allege that Jamal Wasswa just made up the claims as he feared to perform for a small crowd especially after King Saha and Mary Bata had recorded overwhelming turn-ups elsewhere.

It is reported that King Saha and Mary Bata received over 2000 fans, a number that the likes of Afrigo Band, Eddy Kenzo, and Jose Chameleone had never recorded on all their recent shows in Sweden.

They went ahead to claim that when Jamal arrived in Sweden, he was welcomed by his longtime and childhood friends “Boyz In September” who gave him shelter.

Eddy Messiah who is Ugandan blogger based in Sweden also noted that Jamal Wasswa could have been food poisoned due to overeating.

“King Saha and Mary Bata had between 2000 and 3000 fans. Jamal feared to perform claiming he was poisoned.

He was welcomed by Boyz In September’s Kash Kash. He had a running stomach. He could have been food poisoned because of just eating anything that was at his disposal” Eddy Messiah bragged .

KY Jamal
KY Jamal
I am a Uganda born Writer , Entertainment news journalist , influencer , Marketer ,News editor and critic for the latest East African Entertainment news


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