I'm not a babysitter - Mr. Henrie claps back at Kenzo after calling him poor
Mr. Henrie didn't back down after Eddy Kenzo blasted him, saying he should reserve his comments considering he is poor.
Interviewer: Kenzo replies to you with a message that is loud and clear -- you went to school but you are poor.
Mr. Henrie: Is Kenzo a fool?
Mr. Henrie: BET winner. When he hits the stage to sing, do you honestly think he is thinking about me?
Mr. Henrie: He is thinking about his audience. His fans. His brand. At that time I don't matter to him. So, respectfully, when I'm also doing a show that is watched internationally, globally and his name comes up... why should he matter a lot, at that time? Here is where I get bread from; he is not gonna feed me. We are not in the business of babying people's emotions. We are in the business of delivering.
Interviewer: Everyone is trying to survive.
Mr. Henrie: He was speaking about me because I matter. It hurt him because I matter.
The beef between Eddy Kenzo and Mr. Henrie started after the latter was interviewing Pallaso on Galaxy TV and asked him why they had picked Kenzo who is not educated to lead the Uganda National Musicians Federation (UNMF).
Kenzo is the Federation's president while Pallaso is a vice president.
In a recent media interview, Kenzo revealed that he had declined an interview with Mr. Henrie after learning the comments he made about him.
He was also quoted in the media saying that Mr. Henrie is broke and primitive
Kenzo dropped out of school when he was in S.3 at Lubiri Secondary School.
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