Chameleone, Radio and Weasel, Others Pay Tribute to Fallen Singer, AK47

Today (Thursday March 16, 2017) marks exactly two years since the death of Ugandan dancehall singer, Emmanuel Mayanja alias AK47.

AK47, a brother to popular singers, Jose chameleone, Pallaso and Weasel, he was found lying unconscious on the floor of the bathrooms at Deja vu, a bar in Kansanga. He was rushed to hospital and pronounced dead moments later.

He was popular for his hit songs like “Champion”, “Kidandali” and “Tondabisa” among others.

Several musicians and fans have today paid tribute to the singer via Social Media, praising him for having been a talented singer and revealing that they miss him so much.

Below are some of the messages;

“Never Be Forgotten The True DanceHall king AK47. We will always Celebrate Your legacy #RIP #FamilyIsEveryThingRadio and Weasel

“Today it’s exactly 2 Years without my Gun!!!  AK47, I know you are in a better place. You are missed so much. But we know God takes what is his. REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER.”Jose Chameleone

“Today marks 2 years since he was taken away. I still look at his picture and either smile or cry. It is very hard to just forget someone who gave you so much to remember. R.I.P AKAY my Angel P loves you and misses you so dearly. #TrueDanceHallKingPallaso

“It’s been a whole two years now, but the horrible nightmare never fades, you forever reign in our hearts soldier.. WE WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU #AKAYLydia Jazmine

Audrey Ninsiima