Singer Patrick Mulwana alias Alien Skin, has revealed that his ‘haters’ are plotting to claim ownership of his identity after they registered his name (Alien Skin) and music label, Fangone Forest Entertainment.
During a Livestream session on TikTok, Alien Skin disclosed that a legal entity named Tala had successfully registered both his label, Fangone Forest Entertainment, and his name, “Alien Skin.”
He added that his detractors also attempted to register his “Nkwakyo” festival but failed since he already registered it.
The singer pointed fingers at Abitex Promotions as the driving force behind these attempts.
This week kicked off with a storm of criticism directed at Alien Skin, emanating from ardent social media supporters of Bobi Wine and the National Unity Platform (NUP). The storm erupted following his statements in which he expressed a desire to meet President Museveni and even made a request for a bulletproof vehicle from him.
The statements were met with accusations of betrayal from NUP fanatics, who claimed that they played a pivotal role in Alien Skin’s rise to fame.