NTV Journalist Accuses Eddy Kenzo of Recruiting Soccer Academy Boys into Homosexuality

In 2014, the ‘Sitya Loss’ singer lost cool and pounced at Dembe FM’s Kasuku when he asked him to clarify on his homosexuality claims that he is a gay

Former NTV Uganda Journalist, Dean Lubowa Saava has accused Musician Edrisa Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo and UPDF’s Capt. John Kasami for recruiting young boys and girls in his Big Talent soccer Academy into immoral acts/ homosexuality.

Through his YouTube Channel TMC TV (Africa Special show), Journalist Deen Lubowa Saava revealed to his  followers that Eddy Kenzo who is the CEO of Big Talent Entertainment and Big Talent Soccer Academy uses the soccer to recruit young boys into homosexuality,yes we cannot deny the fact that he has worked a lot to be where he is, but we cannot accept such acts (Video at the bottom).

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Lubowa said most times, the senior army officer organises parties where he invites university students to have fun. And through such parties, he recruits them into homosexuality.

He added that ‘Sitya Loss’ hit maker shouldn’t come out to start shedding crocodile tears like he has always done while defending himself. We have evidence against him for recruiting young boys in his academy into homosexuality.

Eddy Kenzo

This not the first time,   Musuuza is being linked to homosexuality , in 2014, he lost cool and pounced  at Dembe FM and Spark TV motor-mouthed presenter Kasuku when he asked him to clarify whether he was gay or not.

In October 2019, the late Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata also went ahead to accuse Kenzo of being a homosexual. In two separate videos that circulated on social media, Muzaata claimed Kenzo who was dumped by fellow singer Rema Namakula was not a marriage material. He also said he was gay because of his sense of style and ear rings he puts on.

But Eddy Kenzo  denied the allegations said on him. we are yet to hear from him  on the new accusations put on to him by the Journalist.

Watch Dean Lubowa Saava’s Video below

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