Laftaz Swimming Pool Side was last night crowded to capacity as comedy and music lovers converged there to catch the ‘Entujjo Ya Comedy’ show that successfully went down in massive fun and entertainment. Emcees Dicanio and Daggie Nice were the hosts and by 8:20 Pm, they had started off show time.
Amooti Omubalanguzi took the stage took the stage at 9:20 pm. He cracked a joke of how some children, especially from Buganda speak too much and even the unnecessary. For example saying what their parents do home to the visitors. He later performed ‘Lusidiku’ song with Kasooto which excited the crowd more.
Winnie Nwagi took the stage next, she performed her ‘Katono Katono’ and ‘Musawo’ songs and later introduced King Saha with whom they sang their ‘Science’ collabo and later Nwagi left the stage for Saha. He thrilled the fun hungry crowd with tunes like ‘Mulirwana’, ‘Gundeeze’ and ‘Beera Awo’.
Comedians Mad Rat and Chiko followed shortly. The 2 came dissing themselves, which they did most through their performance plus collecting themselves on some English words pronunciation like how Chiko collected Mad Rat that they don’t pronounce ‘please’ as ‘prease’.
Luga Flow artiste Fefe Busi was the next performer and was taken over by Sheebah Karungi who made the crowd dance with tunes like ‘Tunywe’, ‘Otubaatisa’, ‘Nkwataako’ and ‘Ndi Wanjawulo’. Afande Kele Kele came next and mimed Ziza Bafana’s ‘Agende’ song, adding in his own funny and vulgar lyrics that kept revelers bursting into laughter.
MC Mariachi was next and he cracked jokes like saying hi to men in the crowd who had too many bottles full of beer on their tables but are illiterate and those who have degrees but can’t afford even a bottle of soda. MC Kapale who was the last comedian and he simply advised women to marry comedians and neglect men with jobs where laughter is limited, like soldiers.
Ziza Bafana concluded the show with energetic performances alongside 2 male dancers with songs like ‘Sagala Ntalo’, ‘Shy Girl’, ‘Kidandali’ remix with the late AK 47 (RIP) , ‘Friendly Match’, ‘Tuli Majje’, ‘Pomini’ and Agende’.