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Sheebah, Pallaso kiss and make up

By Kyle Duncan Kushaba

Added 12th May 2016 12:01 PM

The two ‘Go Down Low’ Singers have been very mad at each other. Sheebah sung him a song even, it is called ‘Wantama’ and Pallaso sang her a song called ‘Bagwamu’.

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Sheebah and Pallaso

The two ‘Go Down Low’ Singers have been very mad at each other. Sheebah sung him a song even, it is called ‘Wantama’ and Pallaso sang her a song called ‘Bagwamu’.

This is the best act I have seen any Ugandan put across and successfully worked.

 The two ‘Go Down Low’ Singers have been very mad at each other. Sheebah sung him a song even, it is called ‘Wantama’ and Pallaso sang her a song called ‘Bagwamu’.

The biff was real nasty but the two singers have put everything behind them.

Read these honest confessions and you will see how these two are so getting married;

Sheebah wrote on her social media

Pallaso I know me and you have come a long way and you are a true friend who always had my back and it brings so much pain not only on your side alone but on mine as well when I have to record songs against you because when it comes to me and you it has always been nothing but love.

I understand your grief, your young brother died at the hands of my manager Jeff Kiwa and he was my best friend as well but please let’s just let that go and create room for new beginnings.

Past is past. You are such a great man and you contributed so much to who I am and I miss all the good times as well.”

 

Pallaso responded saying, “Sorry is always enough and fixes so many things. We together have changed Ugandan music to a new direction and generation and people have loved us and supported us.

Either way, we all have different destinies and in the end each one of us will be weighed by his sole creations.

Your message should set an example for so many others. That is the ones that were here before us and the ones that will come after us. The sorry has been taken and all in all personally I know you are a great person now let’s take Ugandan music forward.”

Awww, how sweet!                           

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