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Chameleone plays big brother, reconciles Goodlyfe
Publish Date: Jun 07, 2014
Chameleone plays big brother, reconciles Goodlyfe
Chameleone and Weasel have not been seen like this in ages
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By Ronald Mubiru & Vally Mugwanya

In a bid to reconcile the feuding parties in the recent Goodlyfe fracas Jose Chameleone organized a show and invited his younger siblings Weasel and Pallaso, amongst other musicians.

Fresh from a European music tour, Chameleone who was in a jovial mood carried Weasle and Moze Radio on his back in a show of brotherly love sending the crowd in a frenzy.
 

The do was at Kabalagala based Venom discotheque Thursday where he invited the feuding parties to give them brotherly advice and reconcile them.

Chameleone carries Radio on his back at Venom

The Goodlyfe crew, who were mentored by Chameleone, is made up of three of his brothers; Weasle (Douglas Sseguya), Pallaso (Pius Mayanja) and AK47 (Emmanuel Mayanja).

Chameleone arrived at Venom at 7:00pm and chatted with Bobi Wine and his wife Babie shortly before Moze (Moses Ssekibogo) who was at the centre of the Goodlyfe fracas narrated to him how Pallaso punched him and burst his lips.
 

However Pallaso did not turn up prompting Chameleone to call him on phone which he refused to pick.

A disappointed Chameleone said it was a sign of disrespect but promised he would have a word with his younger brother. Pallaso returned recently from the US where he was trying out his music talent.
 

Pallaso however later said that though he has respect for his elder brother his manager Jeff Kiwanuka had to first give Chameleone a go ahead to meet him especially if they are meeting at a show as was the case.
 

Radio accuses Jeff of conniving with Pallaso, AK47, Allan Kiwanuka and others of trying to distabilise Goodlyfe following their fallout with him.
 

He claims Jeff is trying to woo Weasel to break off Goodlyfe which the former denies.
 

Chameleone assured the Goodlyfe crew that he would counsel his young brother Pallaso. Chameleone feels it his duty to reconcile the feuding parties since he was a mentor to all of them.
 

He also promised to start a campaign against violent musicians.
 

Chameleone who is no stranger to fights said fans are fed up of wars amongst musicians.


 

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