Grammy nominated artiste and Big Talent gaffer, Eddy Kenzo, has cautioned socialite and model, Doreen Kabareebe against chasing clout and cheap popularity, in a cryptic post he has since ousted on his social media platforms.

Doreen Kabareebe made headlines a few days back after she went bare knuckles on Rema Namakula, in response to the latter’s revelations, that she never allows men to touch her body, as she wants to set a good example for her children.

“I don’t allow men to touch me because I want to teach my children to respect their bodies. My actions matter and I want them to emulate me,” reads a snippet making rounds on social media.

Kabareebe responded to Rema’s remarks on social media, calling her out for hypocrisy, noting that she has no moral authority to feel holier than the ordinary person, since she has different baby daddies for her two children.

“Kasita oba nga you have kids in different men nga ate wazaala tebanakuwasa (you gave birth before getting married). There’s no decency there. True character isn’t judged by what we wear but rather our real behavior when no one is watching us,” Kabareebe noted in the comment section.

Kareebe’s remarks however, might have not settled well with Rema’s ex lover and baby daddy Eddy Kenzo, who took to social media to denounce the socialite’s move.

In a video Kenzo shared on his Facebook account, he noted that the smartphone and social media generation has seen people make dangerous decisions that might ruin their futures ahead.

The artist went on to say that pressure from cheap fame and social media likes has led to many people making decisions that would have an impact on their entire lives.

It is at this point that the BET award winner cautioned social media users against jumping on this band wagon, and rather protect themselves and dignity because cheap popularity doesn’t work.

Kenzo added that cheap popularity only works for one or two days, hence urging the public at large to maintain their dignity.

,Pulse Uganda,

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