Dancehall musician Michael Mugwanya- alias King Michael- and his promoter Jimmy ‘Gearbox’ Masolo (below) have canceled the singer’s Easter tour.
The musician was set to hold various music shows in South Africa during the Easter holiday.
However, Xclusive UG understands the shows have been postponed following singer Pallaso’s battering.
Pallaso was attacked in South Africa and beaten to near death in what is widely seen as a xhenophobic attack. Now in solidarity and fear of suffering the same fate, Michael has postponed to a date to be announced later.
The singer will hold a press conference in Kampala early next month to expound more on the issue.
He will also address recent reports that he has quit politics and decided to concetrate on music for his fans.
Speaking to Xclusive UG, the talenteddancehall muffin said he had realised politics had become divisive among his fans, something that has disturbed him.
Ever since music promoter Balam Barugahara denied him a chance of meeting the president, King Michael has since quit politics asw he
looks to giving fans good music. This is in a bid to reignite his faltering music career.
And going forward, King Michael insists that politics is something of the past and asked Bobi Wine and People Power to forgive and forget as tey look to the future.
“Politics is not worth my time and effort. It was bringing me more issues than anything else. I’m sorry to Bobi and People Power. What I’m looking forward to now is music,” King Michael told us.
And true to his word, the singer is set to release a new album in April this year.
One of the songs on the album was written for Michael by talented writer A-Pass.
And he further revealed that he will hold a listener’s party.