City Socialite Brian Kirumira alias Bryan White has apologized to GoodLyfe singer Douglas Mayanja better known by his stage name Weasel following the incident where he ‘disrespected’ him.
Bryan White recently humiliated Weasel when he barked at him at one of his charity drives.
“Weasel, Weasel, where are you? When am speaking, you should never leave the podium,” Bryan White warned the top musician.
This caused heated reactions from fans and fellow musicians on Social Media who condemned Bryan White for disrespecting a top musician like Weasel.
Weasel’s managers would then halt their business relationship with the socialite and his Bryan White foundation.
However after their meeting on Friday, the GoodLyfe and Bryan white agreed to continue working together.
During the meeting Bryan White apologized to Weasel and promised to respect him and the other musicians he is working with.
Bryan White however noted that he did not intend to disrespect Weasel, adding that the incident was simply exaggerated on Social Media by people who don’t wish his projects well.
“We had a small misunderstanding but we have sorted it out. Weasel is still working with us. I call upon the fans to forgive us and also support us instead of being negative,” Bryan White said.
“I have done many good things for Radio and Weasel and other Ugandans. Why should people focus on this one mistake?” he wondered.
Weasel’s managers in a statement said that, contrary to the statement they had issued earlier, they have decided to continue working with Brian White because of the support he has continued to give them especially when he contributed generously to their departed singer Mozey Radio’s hospital bill.
Radio unfortunately died on February 1st, 2018 at Case Hospital in Kampala.
“This is a brother (Bryan White) who has been helping Our Brother Moses Radio at the hospital and still helping the family financially, Still building Radiology’s New Home to that legendary standard,” the statement from Weasel’s management reads.
“As we all know, two people can’t go forward unless they both agree. Anyone will always fall off the rails but it takes a real brother to acknowledge and get themselves back,” it adds.