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Pallaso Vs Ugaboys social media fight excites fans

Ugandan recording artist and songwriter Pius Mayanja popularly known by stage name Pallaso has faced off with Uganda’s dynamic music duo Ugaboys made up of Malinga Sulaiman and Musungi Muhammad. The social media war or fight between Pallaso and Ugaboys sparked off when the duo trashed the King of the East’s new song collaboration titled Money with Jamaican singer Konshens.

This Pallaso vs Ugaboys social media and verbal battle has excited their fans because it has kept them very busy defending their artists with bitter facts.

Ugaboys revealed to Naster Ug that despite Pallaso starting his music career way back in 2005, he only shone a light on his music career in 2014 where he released a hit song and above all, it was a collaboration. Additionally, they noted that they don’t need a hit song, however, they just need good music.

“Uncle P you just lose it so quickly, as UgaBoys we simply don’t need a hit song, we just need good music. Nevertheless we still acknowledge and appreciate you musically since 2005. But instead you delivered a hit song in 2014, moreover a collabo. Not every recording is a song,” Ugaboys said.

The King of the East didn’t want to lose it all, therefore he fired back through a post on his official social media walls where he trashed Ugaboys entire music career. According to Pallaso, he revealed that Ugaboyz are Amapiano wanna be clowns that have never and will never make a hit song.

“Even these two Ampiano wanna be clowns that have never and will never make a hit song have an opinion on my song Uganda enyuma. Pallaso Konshens Trending. #WantMoney song too big for yo bloodclot,” Pallaso posted.

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