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I pocketed Shs9m at Nakivubo – Lil Pazo


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Lil Pazo, real name Yasin Mukasa, claims he pocketed over Shs9m for being delayed to perform at the Nakivubo Stadium Grand Opening ceremony on Saturday 1st June 2024.

While at Nakivubo Stadium, Lil Pazo had a public outburst during an interview when he asked violent musicians to respect the industry.

He noted that violence at events often ruins the image of the entertainment industry which many people are struggling to maintain for a better future.

He then criticized the artists’ gangs that had physical altercations at Nakivubo. He has since been attacked by Alien Skin’s fans who claim he was attacking their artist.

In a live TikTok video, Lil Pazo is heard asking the Fangone Forest fans to stop attacking him because whatever he said was out of goodwill for the industry.

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He then thanked his fans and clients for always supporting him before revealing that because of his trending song, he managed to pocket over Shs9m at Nakivubo.

In one night at Nakivubo I collected 9 million because I was delayed to perform. Hajji (Hamis Kiggundu) also gave me a bonus. This is the kind of treatment you get when clients love your music. Thank you so much my clients.

Lil Pazo

Lil Pazo’s song “Enkudi” is one of the most trending songs in Uganda right now.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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