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Bebe Cool has again attacked fellow singer Jose Chameleone abusing him or rather saying that he is suffering from Coccidiosis. Coccidiosis is Bebe Cool’s latest song in which he attacks Chameleone. This comes just days after Bebe posted on his facebook wall bashing Chameleone over claims by a certain website that he is Africa’s tenth richest
musician. The website wrote: “Joseph Mayanja popularly known by his stage name as Joe Chameleon or Jose Chameleone was born in 1979 and is a popular
reggae musician from Uganda.

Singing mostly in Luganda, English and Swahili, Jose started his career at a young age in the early 1990s as disco MC at Maganjo Mizuri night club while he was still a student at the Progressive Secondary School, Kampala Uganda. He eventually became affiliated with Kenya’s Ogopa DJs record label. Jose Chameleone’s style of music is a perfect combination of Ugandan folk music, Central African rumba, zouk on a background of reggae. He released one of the most popular songs in the East Africa: Valu Valu and has popularized some of the phrases he uses in his songs to become regular and everyday words such as Basiima Ogenze, Nekolera Maali, Shida Za Dunia among others.

He is regarded as a music star who restructured the popular local music in Uganda at the wake of the 21st century. Jose Chameleone is the biggest money maker in the Eastern Africa and has acquired a range of 4 wheels as his “testament” which include; Cadillac escalade, Mercedes Benz ml 200 super custom convertible and a Premio. He also owns a big mansion among the elites of Uganda in Seguka hills located at the outskirts of Kampala.” Immediately after reading this, Bebe Cool rushed to social media facebook and wrote:
“MY MY MY MY GOD,SAVE MY NEIBAZ FROM THE TROUBLES THEY FACE,FOR THEY
NID TO CEE THE LYT IN THE DARKNESS THEY R IN NOW.THE COMFORT THEY GET
FROM THEIR LIES TO THE PUBLIC HAS ALWEZ PUT THEM ON PRESSURE WHENEVER
THE PUBLIC IS ABOUT TO FIND OUT THE TRUTH ABOUT THEM HENCE COMMITTING
CRIMES,HOW DO U LOOK IN THE EYES OF YOUR WIFE,IMEAN MOTHER TO YO KIDS
EVERY TIME U LIE OR COMIT CRIMES….MISSLEAD THE PUBLIC ABOUT YOUR
WORTH,I HEAR NO TEN,HAHAHAHAHA,No big ride on the road,NOW
RENTING,what happened to the so called landing syt?BY THE WAY,
NOTE,ALLLLLL THE GOOOOD STORIES ABOUT THIS NEIBA ALWEZ WRITTEN BY THE
SAME WRITER,THE SAME PEPPER.hahahaha,gagamel rule..,BWINO YADDAKO.”
And now Bebe has struck again claiming that Chameleone has Coccidiosis
because

of his rough skin.

What is Coccidiosis?
According to Wikipedia, Coccidiosis is the disease caused by coccidian infection. It is a parasitic disease of the intestinal tract of animals, caused by coccidian protozoa. The disease spreads from one animal to another by contact with infected feces or ingestion of infected tissue. Diarrhea, which may become bloody in severe cases, is the primary symptom.

Most animals infected with coccidia are asymptomatic; however, young or immuno-compromised animals may suffer severe symptoms, including death.
While coccidian organisms can infect a wide variety of animals, including humans, birds, and livestock, they are usually species-specific. One well-known exception is toxoplasmosis caused by Toxoplasma gondii. People often first encounter coccidia when they acquire a young puppy or kitten who is infected. The infectious organisms are
canine/feline-specific and are not contagious to humans (compare to zoonotic diseases).

Coccidia in dogs Young puppies are frequently infected with coccidia and often develop active Coccidiosis—even puppies obtained from diligent professional breeders. Infected puppies almost always have received the parasite from their mother’s feces. Typically, healthy adult animals shedding the parasite’s oocysts in their feces will be asymptomatic because of their developed immune systems.

However, undeveloped immune systems make puppies more susceptible. Further, stressors such as new owners, travel, weather changes, and unsanitary conditions are believed to activate infections in susceptible animals. Symptoms in young dogs are universal: at some point around 2–3 months of age, an infected dog develops persistently loose stools. This diarrhea proceeds to stool containing liquid, thick mucus, and light colored fecal matter. As the infection progresses, spots of blood may become apparent in the stool, and sudden bowel movements may surprise both dog and owner alike. Other symptoms may include poor appetite, vomiting, dehydration, and sometimes death.
Treatment is extremely effective and routine, but may be expensive for some dog owners. A veterinarian can easily diagnose the disease through low-powered microscopic examination of an affected dog’s feces, which usually will be replete with oocysts.

One of many easily administered and inexpensive drugs will be prescribed, and, in the course of just a few days, an infection will be eliminated or perhaps reduced to such a level that the dog’s immune system can make its own progress against the infection. Even when an infection has progressed sufficiently that blood is present in feces, permanent damage to the gastrointestinal system is rare, and the dog will most likely make a complete recovery without long-lasting negative effects. Breeders should be notified if a newly-acquired pup is discovered to be infected with coccidia. Breeders can take steps to eradicate the organism from their kennels, including applying medications in bulk to an entire facility.