In a video shared on social media, Pallaso, real name Pius Mayanja, is responding to someone who was trying to diss him over the spots on his face.
Women love my 'mbalabe', they call them 'beauty spots' - Pallaso
Pallaso wants you to know that women find dark spots on his face a thing of beauty.
Pallaso instead showed him that it doesn't bother him.
"God gave me a lot of things. He gave me talent. He gave me beautiful children. He gave me some money. He gave friends," said Pallaso.
"... women don't mind them [darks spots]… they love them. They say, 'you're cute' and I'm like, 'really! Are you sure?'"
He said women call them "beauty spots".
Pallaso has been romantically linked to a number of babes.
While in the U.S. where he spent a decade, Pallaso sired two kids with Nicole Hayman.
Hyaman jetted into Kampala on Wednesday, April 19 with their kids, Dinari Mayanja (son) and Maisha Mayanja (daughter).
His show dubbed Love Fest Concert will be held on Friday, June 9 at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.
In 2004, the Team Good Music founder left for the United States of America where he hoped to start a better life.
10 years later, in 2014, he returned to Kampala to concentrate on his music career.
His return was majorly influenced by the success of Amaaso, his collabo with Weasel and Mowzey Radio.
They recorded the song from Pallaso's basement when the Goodlyfe duo traveled to Los Angeles, California, having been nominated in the 2013 BET Music Awards for Best International Act Africa.
In the year of his return, Pallaso recorded two hits -- Mundongo and Get Down Low -- with Sheebah Karungi, and he is now a mainstay in the industry.
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