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Famous Ugandan Musician, Pallaso Forced to Sweep Streets After Turning Up Late for a Music Show

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Popular Ugandan singer, Pallaso has been forced to sweep streets of Masaka City and apologize to his fans after he turned up late for a music show on Monday night, February 14.

It was gathered that after many hours of waiting for the “Malamu” hitmaker to hit the stage in vain, revelers got out of hand and started a huge fight.

The musician later surfaced and staged a good performance but his fan anger his fans felt has forced him to apologize by sweeping a number of streets in Masaka City.

The singer also took to his social media pages on Tuesday to ask for forgiveness from his fans.

“To all my fans in Masaka, I sincerely apologize for making it late for the show last night. I understand why you ran out of patience and the situation went out of hand. It was my fault and I am truly sorry,” he wrote.

“I have swept a few streets with my friends downtown Masaka today to remind you that I am your son and you mean the world to me. I can’t be anything without you. I hope my apology will bring you nearer to me. I am so sorry for hurting you. Forgive me please,” he added.

Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video)

Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video) Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video)

Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video) Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video)

Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video)

Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video)

Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video) Popular Ugandan singer forced to sweep streets after turning up late for music show (photos/video)

 

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