Fighting 2 Face

2 Face is still a big star in Uganda. Even when his song, African Queen is like a million years old, Ugandan chicks will drop everything to listen to it. Now when he steps in the room, the situation is worse. And to make it even worse, the bastard looks like some sort of Adonis. How does he do it?

The way to beat this competition from the Nigerian is to hide your woman. When you get the invite and get the information that he will be there, the best thing to do is not to mention it. Come up with some ruse; there were not enough and only the guys in Marketing got invites, your company was scrapped off the list because they are not interested in working with Bell anymore…anything.

2 Face might not know. He has been busy making movies, playing troubled youths in those kiNigeria things. But he still rules here. Oh, and I didn’t mean all that stuff I said about hiding your woman from him. I mean, who would not want to be near him? And if he took your woman, just smile and pat yourself on the back. It’s the closest you’ll get to royalty. Like those days in Buganda when you had to go out and tell your fellow stool pigeons how the Kabaka has taken over your wife and therefore, you are one in a million.

At least it was not like in the days of that Israeli guy, King David. When he took interest in someone’s wife, the husband was in clear and present danger and he would be advised to get a visa or go AWOL from the army.

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About Steven

It wasn't me; arrest the voices. It was the voices in my head. Sike! I am Ugandan first. I care for development in my country. I am a curious observer second and I care to know what you think.
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2 Responses to Fighting 2 Face

  1. Kenyanchick says:

    Don’t worry; I’d never leave you or anyone else for 2Face.. First of all, what kind of a name is that? Why would you call yourself two-faced? Besides, I don’t understand a damn word he says. I gave him too much credit and thought his lyrics were cryptic and deep. “Outter vermillion,” sadly, turned out to be the pedestrian “out of a million.” No, not leaving anyone for that tired dude.

  2. lissingmink says:

    lol …”pat yourself on the back”

    he’s got a lovely voice, nice songs- and he make the nigerian accent sound good oh…

    and no, wouldnt leave u love…

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