Latest info coming through confirm that singer Big Size Bebe Cool has hired flopped blogger Ashburg Katto to help him fight his his musical and political wars.

Bebe Cool and Arshburg unite

Bebe Cool who has seemingly lost popularity both on social Media and ground has united with Ashburg, who is well versed and experienced in fighting cyber wars to redeem lost glory.

The pair met at Gagamel boss’ swanky home in Kiwatule to strike the deal, according to inside sources.

Bebe took to his Facebook page and made the announcement;

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“My afternoon was well spent discussing business. We begun as enemies but see what Allah is capable of. Thanks Arshbug Kato for visiting me and am looking forward to a great working relationships InshaAllah”, he posted.

Ashburg is one of the key founders of Bobi Wine’s Firebase which gave birth to People Power, a formidable force which has made the former presidential candidate seem untouchable on social platforms. But in twist and turns, he later fell out with Bobi Wine and joined Sevo’s Yellow Brigade.

In late 2020 the country was warming up for General Elections, Ashburg almost committed suicide after Tech Giants, Facebook banned him from their Apps. His Facebook page which boasted over 180000 followers was deleted permanently by Mark Zuckerberg’s men.

Zuckerberg terminated and banned Ashburg from FB streets

Facebook revealed that it’s no-nonsense men swung into action and eliminated the then self-proclaimed Big Fish together his yellow colleagues because they were seeking to manipulate public debate ahead of elections which were held on 14th January.

This month, we removed a network of accounts and pages in Uganda that engaged in CIB (Coordinated Inauthentic Behaviour) to target public debate ahead of the election. They used fake and duplicate accounts to manage pages, comment on other people’s content, impersonate users, re-share posts in groups to make them appear more popular than they were. Facebook’s head of communication for sub-Saharan Africa, Kezia Anim-Addo, said in an email.

Following the harsh ban, Ashburg threatened to teach Mark Zuckerberg lesson for deleting his account.