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Jose Chameleone’s response when he was asked about Daniella during today’s press conference

Singer Joseph Mayanja, alias Jose Chameleone, restrained from speaking at length about the current standing of the relationship with his wife, Daniella Atim.

Jose Chameleone and Daniella Atim

Newsmen who attended his press conference on Monday wanted to know his thoughts on Atim's recent comments against him and his family, and whether she will be attending his upcoming concert.

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"Those who miss mama Abba [Marcus Mayanja, his eldest son], call her. This is not mama Abba's concert, if you want her, get her number and call her or contact her via Instagram... This is Tata Abba's concert," Chameleone said during the media briefing that was held ahead of his concert dubbed Ggwanga Mujje.

Atim, who has been married to Chameleone, for a decade plus, has been vocal about her husband's misdeeds including recently when he was filmed beating a Boda Boda man.

She was also frank and revealed unbecoming information about the Mayanja family when Chameleone's brother, Weasel, was accused of beating his wife.

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"Daniella and her husband love each other. Daniella has never separated from Chameleone. That Daniella split with Chameleone! When? When Daniella was going to America, we escorted her. Chameleone bought her the house where she lives. Do you think that person divorced [her husband]? She didn't. You just like exaggerating things. Chameleone wanted his children to get a better life than here in Uganda. And they are doing well," Musoke said.

"Those of you that have been thinking that Chameleone's wife divorced him and they are no longer working together, now you understand that they have a good relationship," she added, citing a recent picture showing Chameleone and his wife and children in the US.

Meanwhile, the Badilisha singer is set to hold a concert dubbed Ggwanga Mujje on February 10 at Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala

The Leone Island Music Empire founder hasn’t held a concert in three years.

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As he celebrates 25 years in the music industry, Chameleone ended his 10-year contract with events promoter Balaam Barugahara in 2021 and hired Mariam Mutakubwa, known by many as Biggie, to promote the highly-anticipated show.

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