Dancehall singer A Pass has demanded for an apology from fellow musician Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool, following a barrage of insults the former suffered Tuesday night from the ‘Kabulangane’ hit maker and his fans.
It all began with Bebe Cool accusing the media of pulling him down, and commenting on the outcry, A Pass wrote: “Is the respect not earned yet? It’s a shame.”
In a space of less than ten minutes, a seemingly furious Bebe Cool had already responded with a rather bitter remark on A Pass.
“It depends on your brain as A Pass,” he began his attack. “Don’t forget seeking too much attention might expose your weaknesses.” Bebe Cool was joined by his fans in further insulting of A Pass.
However, some stood by A Pass, maintaining he hadn’t committed any wrong. Among them was comedian Patrick Idringi popularly known as Salvador. “Actually A Pass comment is legit, he was wondering hasn’t Bebe got the respect he deserves yet for them to keep trashing him like that? It’s all about interpretation and unfortunately Bebe interpreted it in another way,” he wrote.
Also, A Pass joined to clear the air. “…I think you misunderstood me so let me explain. To your comment in regards to your post, I was only there to support. I took time to read your post and I offered my support as a fellow artiste, I didn’t diss you. My sincere apologies 🙏🏾 now it’s your turn to apologize,” he clarified on his comment.
Ironically, the brain which Bebe Cool was thrashing wrote him three songs on his most successful album dubbed Go Mama. One of the songs was ‘Everywhere I go’.