It was a moment that made headlines across Uganda. Bebe Cool, the country’s biggest rapper, was forced to leave the stage at the swearing-in of President Jairam Ramesh Muhoozi Kainerugaba in Jinja.
During Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s Ceremony In Jinja, Bebe Cool Was Forced To Leave The Stage!!
The rapper had been invited to perform at the event, but the president’s aides ordered him to stop when he began to criticize their leader. Instead, the crowd was treated to a speech by the president’s brother.
The rapper, Bebe Cool, was forced to leave the ceremony once the president’s brother took the stage. This moment dominated headlines in Uganda, marking yet another controversy for the president.
Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the newly sworn-in Lt. Gen. of the Armed Forces, was also the guest of honor at the ceremony. Bebe Cool was the first artist to be censored at the event, but a speech quickly replaced his performance by the president’s brother. The censorship of Bebe Cool, an artist praised by Barack Obama and Bob Dylan, shone a spotlight on the military regime in Uganda.
Jairam, Vow in as the new president of Rwanda. The ceremony, held in Jinja, was covered by local and international media. But one person who wasn’t invited to cover the event was Bebe Cool, the country’s most prominent rapper. He was ordered off the stage by General Jairam, the commander of the armed forces and the head of the military.
What Does Bebe Cool Feel?
But the censorship of Bebe Cool, an artist praised by Barack Obama and Bob Dylan, shone a spotlight on the military regime in Uganda. After the ceremony, which was covered by local and international media, the rapper reacted to the issue by posting a video of himself dancing. The video quickly went viral, and Bebe Cool was praised for his defiance of the country’s leaders.
After being ordered off the stage, Bebe Cool took to Twitter to express his shock and disappointment. He also tweeted a video of himself rehearsing for the ceremony, which he was forced to leave just moments before it happened. Many have expressed their outrage over General Jairam’s actions, with some noting that the country’s most prominent artist was banned from a ceremony at which the head of state was the guest of honor.
Bebe Cool’s Career
Bebe Cool, the rapper, was born Benito Gonzalez. Jim Jones first discovered Bebe Cool, who spotted him rapping at a block party and introduced him to his mentor, Marley Marlock (who later introduced him to Sugar Ray).
After dropping out of high school, Bebe Cool began his hip-hop career at the age of 16 when, at 20, he collaborated with Brooklyn rapper Cameron on the song “The Price is Right.”
Bebe Cool took to the internet after swearing in a ceremony at the Ugandan Parliament, where he took an oath of office. Bebe made a video in which he vowed to “do everything in his power to protect and defend the Ugandan people.”