Santana’s “Tetwagala manya” song triggers controversy among Banyankore fans
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  • Santana’s “Tetwagala manya” song triggers controversy among Banyankore fans

    / August 26, 2013

    By Stuart G-khast

    Fast rising rapper and “Nembyelabila” hit maker―Santana Karma, seems to have raised a lot of controversy amongst his fans following the acapella he sang during his interview on one of the Television stations.

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    In his interview, the singer sampled one of the verses to the “Tetwagala manya” song and unfortunately a certain faction of the viewers felt offended, particularly the banyankore. Little did they know that the song was proportionally balanced by the clever singer.

    In an elaborate attempt to clear the air, the singer posted on his facebook timeline, “I did a freestyle of my upcoming song “Tetwagala manya”. And apparently Banyankole are taking it PERSONAL, wat they dont know is that, in this song i talk about all tribes (Baganda, Basoga, Bateso etc). And in my previous song ‘Beautifulu” i cherish all westeners. Am an artist who speaks his mind.”

    Santana who in his upcoming single “Tetwagala manya” talks of Federo and tribes could leave his large following divided with such sensitive topics featuring in his verses. Nembyelabila, Beautifulu, Ebanjja, 74Flag, Doctor, Holiday are some of the songs on the 17 track Album Santana will release in July 2014.

    SANTANA Karma real names Gitta Allan Keith is a rapper, songwriter, poet, entrepreneur, lawyer and founder of a record label known as 100acres Entertainment. Born on 16th September, 1986 to Mr. Kasirye Edward and Mrs. Nankabirwa Harriet, Santana is the first born in a family of two. He attended Namilyango Junior School for primary, then Uganda Martyrs Namugongo for his secondary level and joined Makerere University from where he graduated with a degree in bachelor of law.



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