Star singer Eddy Kenzo has spoken out on his meeting with Hamza Ssebunya, a skillful bearded chap who snatched baby mama Rema Namakula from him.

The Grammy Award nominee bumped into Hamza Ssebunya on Sunday, December 4, and they couldn’t avoid rubbing shoulders. The pair, together with their pals shared a word or two before Kenzo asked Hamza for a photo opp.

Taking to his social media pages, Kenzo posted the evidence in photo and video, as he and Hamza smiled for the camera.

He went on to claim that the late controversial Muslim cleric, Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata, begged him to establish a cordial relationship with Hamza if they ever cross path. Kenzo did just that!

“Before nga Sheikh Muzaata tanatuva kumaso namusanga nemubuzako era netunyumya bwenasanze Dr Hamza Sebunya nga siyinza muyitako buyisi. Mukama katonda ayagala nyo emirembe. I am glad we met and greeted each other, stay blessed brother. One love always #drsebunya,” Kenzo posted.

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Both men have a daughter each with songstress Rema Namakula – Kenzo’s Amaal and Sebunya’s Aliya.

Worthy recalling is that in 2019, during Rema and Hamza’s introduction ceremony, Muzaata was called out by the multi-award winning singer’s fans because he referred to Kenzo as a ‘love nigga,’ off a line from one of Rema’s collaborations, to suggest he was not a serious man and therefore undeserving of the bride.

On receiving the Muzaata’s subtle attack, Kenzo, who was in Dubai at the time, immediately went live on Facebook and cried like a baby, begging Uganda Government to intervene.

gavumenti weyayu?’ Kenzo lamented.

He vowed to deal with Muzaata man to man.

However, in late 2020, Muzaata and Kenzo met at a wedding in Masaka, made up and shared a lot until his death. 

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