Despite sounding ready and willing to handover young rapper Patrick Ssenyonjo alias Fresh Kid to new management MC Events, the rapper’s former manager Francis Kamoga has said they have to first do all shows they had booked.
During a phone call interview with Matooke Republic Kamoga explained that his Texas Management had already got several festive bookings for Fresh Kid and he is confident Fresh Kid will feature on all show as planned before he crosses over to the new management.
However, Kamoga did not hesitate to calmly express his dissatisfaction on the decision taken by Fresh Kid’s parents to breach a legitimate contract he had signed in their presence following the advice of Youth Minister Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi.
“If I am to go to court, I can win a case against them for breaching our contract but I am not ready for that. I want us to part ways peacefully,” Kamoga told us.
“I signed Fresh Kid not purposely to make money out of him but rather to uplift his talent,” he added.
Kamoga wishes Fresh Kid the best when he swaps camps but urged the new management to try their best to maintain or surpass the level he has tried to put the rapper’s brand.
Over the weekend, Fresh Kid’s parents Paul Mutabaazi and Madrine Namata signed a contract with MC Events to take charge of their son.