Barugahara in a media interview said disappointed in Abitex, real name Abbey Musinguzi, for influencing Alien Skin to hold a show.
Balaam says Abitex paid Alien’s manager Shs1.3 million, calls him Judas
Balaam Barugahara said fellow events promoter Abitex should look forward to another loss.
Abitex and Balaam Barugahara work together under the Uganda Promoters Federation, with the former as president and the latter as vice.
Barugahara said that instead of working together they are now fighting each other.
According to Barugahara, Abitex paid Alien Skin's manager Shs1.35 million for the concert.
"Sitya Danger is a good show and I wish them success. But don't think it's Alien Skin that planned it," said Barugahara.
"The president of the promoters federation, Abitex, is the one who organised it. He told me that he paid Alien Skin's manager Shs1.35 million."
Balaaam Barugahara said the move Abitex made is bad for business.
"One of us is going to lose," he said.
He reminded Abitex of his last event at Freedom City Mall where people lost lives on New Year's Eve during a stampede.
The incident at the Namasuba-based mall led to the arrest of Abitex after police said that he had allowed more revelers into the concert than the venue could accommodate.
Balaam Barugahara said Abitex doesn't learn.
"He doesn't learn. He is our father in the music business, but he's failed to mature... Let's pray for him," said Barugahara.
Pallaso's concert will be at Lugogo Cricket Oval while that of Alien Skin will be at Freedom City.
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