Fresh Grammy Award nominee, Edirisa Musuuza a.k.a Eddy Kenzo has finally responded to claims that he roots for Sevo and is an ardent follower of Team MK. 

The most decorated musician in the UG today, was linked to Bobi Wine’s People Power cult before, not until 2020 when he clashed with their honcho and he subsequently sneaked into the State House and rubbed shoulders with Sevo.

Since then, Kenzo, who is nominated in the 2023 Grammy Awards under the category of ‘Best Global Music Performance’, is said to be a yellow bus passenger.

However, the 38-year-old star singer trashed the claims, maintaining that he only rubs shoulders with Sevo because he bailed him out when he was stranded in the Ivory Coast after the global outbreak of Covid-19.

Kenzo further explained that he only shares a cup of tea with Sevo and the yellow bus passengers because they are his pals.

“I will never rally support for anyone. I am not associated with NRM or Muhoozi Project. Some of those people are just good friends and I can’t stop that,” he stressed during his presser on Wednesday.

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He went ahead to call out fellow artists who preach political propaganda within the music industry.

“This is our work. If you have a chance to sing for those people, go and make money. It is not about making the political propagandists happy while you starve in your industry. They should stop politicizing everything,” he added.

Speaking the his Grammy nod, Kenzo will be tussling it out renowned artists such as Burna Boy, Arooj Aftab and Anoushka Shankar, Rocky Dawuni and Blvk H3ro, and Bayethe Wouter Kellerman, Zakes Bantwini and Nomcebo Zikode.

The nominations for the 65th annual Grammy awards were announced on Tuesday ahead of the ceremony that will take place on February 5 2023 at Arena in Los Angeles.

“We are so grateful to God almighty for such a great moment in our country Uganda. My fellow artist I want to thank you, this is for all of us and to my motherland Uganda thank you for raising me. East Africa stands up,“ Kenzo posted on social media.