Media Exeggerated my Relationship Woes – Eddy Kenzo

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Eddy Kenzo says that he is happy with his ex-girlfriend Rema Namakula finding the man she beleives is rightful for her and wishes them the best of all.

However, the ‘Bikyuka’ singer insists that the two had no problem and the separation was peaceful but it has always been media exeggerating their relationship matters.

He said this while appearing on Mwasuze Mutya show on NTV Uganda to discuss the several events that have happened in his life with Faridah Nakazibwe.

As usual, Kenzo continued to ask his fans not to get involved in their private relations but to rather support his mother of one regardless.

“I honestly urge people to keep supporting her. We support her family, we support her everything because she deserves it. I don’t see why we should criticize her.” he added.

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