Gen. Muhoozi through his social media page, on twitter has blamed the Uganda Police and bouncers for allowing what he called hooligans to hurl bottles at one of Uganda’s greatest artists.
The moment Bebe Cool who is a President Museveni supporter got on stage, revelers demanded that he gets off, while other irate revelers sent him missiles of bottles, allegedly full of urine. Hell broke loose when the singer refused to leave the stage.
The singer is paying the price after pledging for fighting fellow artistes who refused to pay their allegiance to President Museveni. Police recently threatened to block music concerts if artistes continue to be pelted with water bottles.
“How could @PoliceUg and the bouncers at Cindy’s Concert allow a few hooligans to hurl bottles at one of Uganda’s greatest artists?? The same hooligans beat up women (on Women’s Day) for simply loving @KagutaMuseveni and @BebeCoolUG. We expect a lot better next time from @PoliceUg “- Muhoozi tweeted.
Under pressure law enforcers, The Uganda Police has confirmed arresting 11 suspects for pelting bottles at singer Big Size Bebe Cool at Cindy’s Boom Party concert last Friday at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
Following the ban that was imposed on MP Bobi Wine’s music shows, artistes especially those favoring the current NRM ruling government have of the past been subjected to bottle pelting allegedly by those who believe it was unfair to ban the ghetto gladiator’s music shows.
Following the “Wire Wire” singer’s night mare last Friday at the Cricket Oval, the First Son had been forced to intervene by coming out to accuse the Uganda police of not doing enough as far as giving protection to artistes especially those leaning with the NRM ruling government.
During the weekly presser at the police headquarters located at Naguru, the Uganda Police mouth piece, CP Fred Enanga has confirmed how their covert officers managed single out the goons during Cindy’s show and are being held at Jinja Road Police Station.
‘The suspects were arrested by our covert officers that were within the crowd. They are detained at Jinja Road Police Station,” Police spokesman Fred Enanga said on Monday.
CP Enanga said they aren’t going to allow pelting of artistes with bottles at events, saying it can cause a stampede.