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Bebe Cool Accused of Defrauding 50m From Singer Zulanda

Bebe Cool Accused of Defrauding 50m From Singer Zulanda
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Music producer,  singer, and song writer Zulanda real name Julius James Baker Sembuusi Zulanda has cried out to demand singer Moses Ssali alias BebeCool to pay him an outstanding amount of 50million shillings meant for the writing and production of his song titled “Mwongele Akalulu”. 

Zulanda alleges that he wrote and produced Bebe Cool’s campaign song for Museveni but was not paid for his pains. Zulanda explains that after demanding his pay for a long time, the “Love you everyday” hitmaker stopped replying to his messages as well as picking his calls, leaving without another option apart from coming out to expose him. 

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“He has never paid anything. He doesn’t reply to our messages, he blue ticks us on WhatsApp, doesn’t pick calls” Zulanda lashed out during an interview with a local Television station. 

During presidential campaigns, Bebe Cool complained that NRM did not welcome his song yet he was a senior member in the party but instead jumped at Ronald Mayinja’s “Mzeei” song even when he was merely a new chap in the party. 

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During the interview, Zulanda has said that even if Bebe didn’t benefit from the song as he expected, he still should pay because all businesses incur losses. 

This is the third time Bebe Cool is facing such accusations. 

In 2020 he was accused by his former hairstylist Martin Shafat Saaku alias Mart Barber of refusing to pay 3 million shillings for the services he rendered. 

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Five years ago, the singer was also accused of taking off with 600million Uganda shillings that was donated to local artists by President Yoweri K Museveni to help them during their respective needs after the success of the “Tubonga nawe” song.