Singer Jose Chameleon has reconciled with NTV’s Dj Bryan, and club Guvnor proprietor Charlie Lubega after six years of not seeing eye to eye.
In 2016, Jose Chameleone was embroiled in a physical altercation with club Guvnor’s Dj Bryan resulting in the former’s ban from the Industrial Area-based club.
Chameleon’s conduct compelled other DJs to initiate the “boycott Chameleon” campaign where the “Valu Valu” star’s music was shelved some for time.
On Tuesday evening, Chameleon took to his socials, revealing how he had made peace with Dj Brian and club Guvnor’s boss Charlie Lubega.
“We may not change the past but we can change the future, 6 years ago while at Club Guvnor, we got involved in a misunderstanding with DJ Bryan which came with repercussions,” partly reads Chameleon’s post.
The singer further apologised to Charlie Lubega and the entire Club Guvnor management for the wrongs that transpired six years back.
The Leon Highland chief disclosed that he will be performing at Club Guvnor on 29th July alongside Afrigo Band in celebration of the rekindled relationship with the club.
We may not change the past but we can change the future, 6 years ago while at Club Guvnor, we got involved in a misunderstanding with DJ Bryan which came with repercussions.
We have since reconciled with DJ Bryan and left the past before us.
I would also like to further extend my sincere regret for the incident to Mr Lubega Charles and the entire Club Guvnor management.
After 6 years, on the 29th July, I will return to Club Guvnor in a show that will feature Afrigo Band in a rekindled relationship with the club.
I call upon you all to come to witness the joy of reunion.