A few days back, singer Chris Evans shocked us when he revealed that he has been in South Africa shooting a video for his song ‘Bwebinyuma’ that allegedly cost him a total of Ug Shs 90 million.
His revelations received harsh reception from the public especially those that don’t believe in him as well as some music critics. A section of the public ran to social media and termed the singer’s claims as a joke.
However, in a brief interview with a local TV station, he has come out in defense of his statement. He laughed off the allegations and said that the sum of the money he used wasn’t a just a joke.
He says that it is a true story as he briefly narrated how through all the years he has been in the music industry, he has been able to invest in various ventures. He added that he has been lucky enough in that he normally rips big from the ventures.
Evans revealed that he has been active in agriculture, tomato growing in particular and he got huge harvests.
“I collected a lot of money from my tomatoes and on it I added some I have been getting from musical shows,” The singer said
The ‘Linda’ singer further noted that although the Shs 90 million cannot be physically displayed in the video for the doubting Thomases to believe, the quality and expenses are worth the money. He explains that to shoot in South Africa, he purchased air tickets for Darlington video crew plus his own vixens and team.
“I didn’t know I would ever save Shs 90 million, but the world can really change,” he said.
The singer concluded by advising fellow Musicians to diversify.
Watch the video for his song here