What started as a simple issue turned into a sticky situation for Rapper, Gereson Wabuyi aka Gravity omutujju who recently came out to publicly apologise to Jose Chameleone, Bebe Cool and Bobi Wine.

After a successful ‘Tusimbudde – Ani Alina Enene’ concert on October 1 at Cricket Oval – Lugogo, Gravity Omutujju declared himself as the biggest artist in Uganda writing off the big three, Jose Chameleone, Bebe Cool and Bobi Wine. According to his words, the three big giants are nolonger relevant in the industry and they should step down and let young blood take over the scene

He made claims that he is bigger than them arguing that nobody has ever filled Cricket Oval four times in a row like he has been doing. He also attacked the Big three for not supporting and promoting his concert. His words were received with mixed reactions as some supported him and agreed that young blood should begin to rule the industry while others trashed his claims, saying the three musketeers were beyond anyone else in the industry hence they were unbreakable.

Some music critics for instance Kasuku and Eddie Ssendi told Gravity that he will never be on the level of the Big Three boys. Ragga Dancehall artist, Zex Bilangilangi, who is a firebase crew loyal follower blasted Gravity for being disrespectful to the guys that laid a foundation in the music industry.

Some critics even called on Gravity to apologise for his disrespectful, bad words. Today, however, he called a press conference, apologised as he shed tears and mentioned that critics really misunderstood him and are now using his words against him.

Gravity mentioned that the saddest thing is that even his wife and kids who have no idea whatsoever about the music industry have been included in the harsh exchange, something that he called an injustice and it made him shed tears.

I don’t say whatever I say with a bad heart, I respect everyone in this industry, people are trying to fight me, they want to see me down. I’ve worked so hard to reach where I’ve reached, I have a family, I feed a lot of people


Leticia Nambaziira

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