Singer Eddy Kenzo has responded to Irene Ntale’s claims that pride will be the end of the former’s music career.
Following Eddy Kenzo releasing the official visuals of the late Philly Lutaaya’s born in Africa rendition, several music fanatics criticized his version, citing he didn’t do justice to the song.
The Big Talent chief later came public, claiming that the late Philly Lutaaya didn’t have any song bigger than his, based on the Youtube numbers.
This saw Irene Ntale take to her Twitter account to express her disappointment in Eddy Kenzo, noting that pride will be the end of his musical, before stressing that she had lost the respect she had for the Stamina crooner.
Eddy Kenzo responded to Irene Ntale’s tirades in an interview with Galaxy TV, saying he is no longer concerned about the collapse of his music career.
Kenzo maintained that he is currently enjoying the extra benefits of his career and that he has achieved almost everything he has ever dreamed of in the industry.
The Grammys nominee further stressed that he can decide to retire to venture into other businesses since there isn’t anything he hasn’t achieved yet.
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