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By BigEyeUg Team
How thrilling it is to see your own child or craft yield and moreover shine right at your feet.
Ugandan singer turned politician Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine is extremely proud of sensational Ragga-dancehall singer Zex Bilangilangi Inchikumi.
Speaking at Zex Bilangilangi’s ‘Hercules 10 Times’ album listening party on Wednesday, June 08, 2022 at Exo Lounge, Bobi Wine expressed his gratification towards Zex whom he says is a great representation of the Ghetto that is elevating day after day.
“Zex am happy that am here. Very proud of you, you know that. You are a true representation of the Ghetto. Ghetto never dead. Ghetto keep going on and on,” Bobi Wine said.
Bobi Wine also said that he is proud to be part of Zex Bilangilangi’s prosperous journey that started from the Ghetto.
He also urged Zex’s story to be such an inspiration to other youths in the Ghetto.
“Zex am proud to be part of your story. Proud to come from the same Ghetto and this should be a testimony to all the Ghetto youths not even the sky is the limit. Keep going, keep doing what you are doing,” he added.
He further asked fellow artists to resurrect their unity that flourished back in the days.
“To my fellow artists. Back in the days, artists we used to love ourselves so much and used to learn from each other. Lets bring back that love because that love never dead.”
Still dubbing as Firebase Crew CEO at the event, Bobi Wine dropped a freestyle session that left everyone wowed with his talent consistency despite spending years off stage.
Zex Bilangilangi is among the few graduates from Bobi Wine’s “Omubanda Wa Kabaka” Talent search project of 2015.
Firebase remarkably boasts as one of the top music camps in Uganda that has produced quite a number of talents in almost all avenues.
Some of these talents include; Eddy Kenzo, Sizza man, Feffe Bussi, Buchaman, Fantom Lovins, Henry Tigan, among others.
Zex is also a proud Covid-19 pandemic product after his breakthrough in 2020 with a monster dancehall song “Ratata”.
Three years down-the-road, Zex continues to edge the entertainment industry beyond doubt.
Apart from the music business, Zex is also an activist who has landed countless of projects in the Ghetto to improve livelihoods.
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