By Alex Balimwikungu
Just when we thought diss tracks were a thing of the past, the feud between King Saha (Mansur Semanda) and Bebe Cool (Moses Ssali has showed us they are still alive.
Their feud is so rife, it has sucked in Bebe Cool’s eldest son, Allan Ssali a.k.a Paper Daddy. In the case of this trio, the one who strikes first doesn’t always walk away with the win.
The one who strikes first doesn’t always walk away with the win. When Bebe Cool questioned King Saha’s credentials as a leader of the Uganda Musicians Association (UMA), it inspired a song, Zakayo.
The song by Saha was at its best cryptic but the message was clear. It was followed by a rebuttal in Matayo, by Bebe Cool’s son. The two songs have kept fans of both camps at logger heads. Allan Hendrik Ssali has taken it a notch higher with a new diss song titled “Story ya Semanda” This one is bare knuckles.
Those who have listened to the song reveal that it is directed at King Saha whose real name is Semanda.
In the song, he talks of a man who has no ounce of leadership in him (King Saha is vying for UMA presidency) and is wasted on cheap but potent weed (kabanga).
He advises the school drop out to tread carefully as abusing big people will take him no where but lead to his ruin.