Emmanuel Mayanja Hummertone aka AK47 was beaten in a bar in Kabalagala before he died on arrival at Nsambya hospital, new reports emerge.
By Moses Nsubuga
As details of the shocking death of musician Emmanuel Mayanja Hummertone aka AK47 emerge, reports indicate the young musician was possibly beaten in a bar in Kabalagala before he died on arrival at Nsambya hospital.
The bar has been identified as DEJAVU, and belongs to Jeff Kiwanuka, a former manager of the singing duo of Radio and Weasel.
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A disconsolate Chameleone visibly shocked by his younger brother's death
Chameleone (middle) is consoled by Bobi Wine's younger brother Mikie Wine (left)
Singer Pius Mayanja aka Pallaso (in blue), another brother of AK47, is consoled by an equally shocked Bebe Cool following the death the young musician
Kabalagala police criminal investigations boss Nusulah Kemigisha shed more light on the bizzare circumstances under which AK47 slipped and fell in a urinal.
AK47's body is wheeled out of Nsambya Hospital mortuary Monday night
Dejavu bar was closed after police got suspicious of injuries on the singer's chest
A staff at Dejavu bar shows the spot in the bathrooms where AK47 was found lying
Reports indicate AK47, a younger brother to singer Jose Chameleon (Joseph Mayanja), was beaten first and then went to the washroom to clean up, where he is thought to have slipped and fallen.
Fans and friends were visibly upset by the news of AK 47's death
Fans and friends were shell shocked by the tragic news of the singer's death
Singer Sheeba could not believe the tragic news as she clasped her head
“We suspected foul play after realising the body had bruises on the chest and we decided to close the bar as investigations take shape,” Kemigisha said.
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