Zari says ailing singer Jose Chameleone, real name Joseph Mayanja’s posts on social media have been worrying her.
Music legend Jose Chameleone is out of hospital but still under doctor’s watch at his swanky home in Seguku, along Entebbe road.
Last week on Thursday Chameleone was rushed to Nakasero Hospital and later Case Clinic after he got ill with serious complications in the stomach.
A photo of the music superstar, lying on the hospital bed with his mum besides him found its way on social media. The photo triggered wife, Daniella Atim‘s anger who immediately took to her Instagram account and blasted;
“But what are we all sharing that so “unpleasant photo of our personal person”? Do you guys realize he has children far from him whose emotional well being you and I should protect?“, she posed a question before revealing what her hubby was suffering from.
So am busy collected explaining to my child that PYLORI is a bacterial infection that should clear with consistent treatment and you are all sharing a damn picture. Don’t we all have a happy picture of our favorite human?”.
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However after her rant, on Tuesday Chameleone used the same photo as he thanked mum, Prossy Mayanja for taking care of him.
He showered the mum with love in a post he shared across his social handles, thanking her for being there for him during his difficult times.
“Thank you Mama, Your love is evident. You have never given up on the truth! I always grow stronger learning from you. God grant you more life,” he wrote.
Fans, friends and family of Chameleone flood his post
After posting on Instagram, fans from all walks of life took to the comment section and wished him a speedy recovery.
Notably, socialite Zari Hassan revealed how Chameleone’s latest posts have made her worry.
“Your last posts are a bit worrying since July….get well bro”, Zari commented.
His younger brother Pallaso Music said:
“Welcome back lion king.”
Chameleone’s best friend Maina Kageni
“Get well soon brother… quick recovery! We are here for you, my legend.”
Deejay Kalonje said:
“Get well soon.”
“Quick recovery “
Singer Akothee said:
“Joseee, Mungu akulinde (may God protect you) legend. We love you.”
Tanzanian artiste Professor Jay said:
“Pole sana champion, Mungu aendelee kukuponya mapema ndugu yangu(Quick recovery champion, may God heal you).”
Comedian Anne Kansiime said;
“There’s nothing like a mother’s love.”
Singer Eddy Kenzo also commented;
“Get well soonest champ.”
Allan Toniks said;
“Get well soon Ndugu”
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