Mansour Ssemanda, also known as King Saha, has retaliated against KFM host Brian Mulondo for saying that he smells and should use chewing gum after using marijuana. After a video of Brian Mulondo disparaging King Saha went viral yesterday, the internet was ablaze.
Brian Mulondo requested from Saha’s handlers to always offer him chewing gum after using marijuana during a talk with Kasuku and Faiza on the D’Mighty Breakfast program on KFM. He said he smells bad.
“Please mangers when he comes to do weddings, events, get him chewing gum chewing gum, Get Saha chewing gum, the way it smells a lot you guys. Tubele professional, no one is telling you to stop smoking weed, But when you are going for wedding or corporate gig ate mufila kubagole. It’s smelling, you stink actually, these musicians stink. Olinga kugamba teyanabye, some of them drink so much and come to our interviews drunk. Nga bawunya ekivundu, waliwo abayimbi abatanaba and there are some we chase from our show. So please be better, you cannot want to be better when you are not doing the basis of showering and doing Deo. We know you guys, we talk about you, may be your managers don’t tell you the truth. If u stink, i will never host you .” Brian Mulondo
Following Mulondo’s appeal, a worried journalist phoned Saha to get more information about the accusations. The “Mulilwaana” hitmaker was forthright. He denied knowing Mulondo and called his accusations malicious attempts to damage his reputation.
“First and foremost I don’t know who Brian Mulondo is & I haven’t heard anything he has said. However if that is true then that’s planned propaganda to derail me.. How can you ask me If i eat food, next time call me when you want to ask about sensible things. I don’t know that presenter but since you work with a sensibe station, then am sure that person doesn’t work with a credible station just wasting time .” King Saha informed the reporter.
The majority of musicians in Uganda have a habit of using marijuana before going into the studio or on stage to perform. Others say that they can’t function without it, while others feel it gives them confidence.