VENOMOUS PIUS Mayanja aka Pallaso has revealed he suspects his young brother Ak47 was murdered by his wife over cheating.
In a rather shocking missive by Pallaso, the singer claims by the time of his death Ak47 had abandoned his mother of twins and was dating two other girls named Zainah and Vivian. This, Pallaso adds, did not go well with Nalongo Maggie who vowed to revenge.
Pallaso writes: “Ak47 had broken Nalongo’s phones and abandoned her home alone and she had appointed a Kibuye police officer to arrest him but failed after I told him it was just simple family issues and she kept craving revenge even telling me she didn’t care if she died and Ak47 didn’t bury her. Ak47 had made her leave her children’s father, had children with her, made her move from London to be with her but then changed his mind and abandoned her after she came to Uganda.”
Pallaso adds that he suspected her of murder because she was not home the time his brother died.
“I ran to Nalongo’s houseto inform her about the terrible phone call of Ak47 falling in the bathroom and she wasn’t home at around 10 pm which usually was always bed time for her. She returned and found me home at her house with the sad news but nobody ever questioned where she was coming from,” Pallaso said.
He adds: “Nalongo had confiscated All Ak47’s belongings literally by the time he died all he was wearing was the only personal possessions he had and all his other cloths and confiscated property was never returned even till date! Nalongo was so heart broken and devastated about the loss but in a few months after her children’s father’s death she had already moved on with a new boyfriend in a very happy relationship.”
Pallaso further claims that Ak47’s maid heard Nalongo making plans to hurt Ak47 that same night he died but later her story changed and she (Nalongo) took her to London.
He concludes: “I’m not pointing fingers but that creates a fair motive for revenge and according to her conversation with me about my brother she wasn’t happy and she was at the point of doing anything.”