A few days ago, Pallaso was challenged to a serious boxing match Alien Skin. This was after Pallaso showered Alien with slaps over what he called disrespect. Since then Alien, who trades as a born unruly ghetto star cannot put up with the shame.

He’s been conducting several interviews, maintaining that if it wasn’t for a trap/ set up, Pallaso wouldn’t stand a chance to even tickle him.

He proposed that if the self-styled King of The East wants to taste his wrath, they should settle it within the confines of a boxing ring, akin to a bullfight.

“Let us arrange a sparring session lasting approximately seven minutes. They say that when two powerful entities clash, it is the innocent bystanders who suffer. I do not want the residents of the ghetto to be embroiled in this messy situation,” stated Alien Skin.

He likened Pallaso’s actions to those of a cowardly fighter who ambushes an unsuspecting opponent, blindsiding them and forcefully ejecting them from the ring.

Nevertheless, when considering the underlying theme of his song Sitya Danger, it depicts someone who is always prepared for any situation and willing to take whatever action necessary.

It should be noted that Pallaso subjected Alien Skin to a series of slaps, reminiscent of a thief caught in the act, while Alien Skin remained passive and refrained from retaliating.

Pallaso is also open to a fierce fight in the boxing ring.

“There is a sport of boxing in Uganda. If he feels like he wants that, he is free to go on and get a license and try out professional boxing.

Also, I often follow what my fans tell me. If that’s what he asked for and we can professionally handle it, we can get a license, get boxing gloves, and hold the bout to unveil Hamis Kiggundu’s Nakivubo stadium.

There is no problem if that’s what he yearns for. But he should know that I am also from the ghetto, from the streets. Whatever lifestyle he is living, I once lived through it,” Pallaso roared.