Team Good Music Boss, Pius Mayanja aka Pallaso has decided to cease fire and put an end to his war against his former boss, Jeff Kiwa of Team No Sleep.
In a Social Media post, the “Twatoba” hit maker revealed that he had decided to put an end to the beef and concentrate on making money instead.
The singer mentioned that he has decided not to promote or even shoot the video for his latest song “Bagwamu”, in which he attacked Jeff Kiwa and the entire Team No Sleep.
However, Pallaso set conditions that Jeff Kiwa and his crew must adhere to and among them was that they stop attacking him and also consider not promoting their song, “Wantama”, which Sheebah Karungi sang to attack him.
Read Pallaso’s Full Post
” I did not do #Bagwamu just because I love beef songs but because Mr Jeff Kiwa was pulling out the oldest tricks in the book attacking my success silently and I responded to show him I am not as dumb as I look !! You played the same tricks on Chameleone and we together as a team played the same tricks on Radio and Weasel and now you try to play me I show you how to play right!! Well I’m posting this because I want to remind you that even with my misunderstandings with Radio and Weasel was a song that said #SORRY But I’m one not to be played with, I can stand my ground if you push me and only under estimate my abilities at your own risk !! I now cease fire and will not be promoting the song #Bagwamu anymore but if any of my comrades try to attack my patience again, whether directly or indirectly again I will introduce the chopper in #Part2.. I propose for peace but if it fails then force will be the option !! I won’t shoot #BAGWAMU Video unless any video gets released against me as well !! Mind your business and let me mind mine and we won’t have any more shuffles. #Nuff respect to TNS coz it’s a brand we together started but please do not play those games with me again and let’s just all together chase this paper !! #SuckerFreeBoss #BubbleRemix Video out next”
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