The talk about illuminati in the Ugandan music industry seems like one that has come to stay. Dancehall artiste A Pass who is mostly known for his hit song Wuuyo recently came out and wondered how Africans waste so much time trying to make sense out of things they don’t understand.
‘What you say or think about something maybe similar in your view but may carry a different meaning or no meaning to others,’ he said.
The young artiste who has often referred to himself as a teacher further went on to say,
So Me Making A sign that you think is associated with illuminati or looks like, doesn’t make me illuminati.
Someone is talking about illuminati and not even a member of his family has ever gone to America and the only way he or she can is by Tv. #ThisIsAFact
By the way I have heard about illuminati and secret societies but I don’t know them.
Not everything you hear is a fact Stop making possibilities seem like reality.
A Pass concluded by saying,
It is possible that I many be illuminati but it is not factually accurate. If people tell you something it’s not clear cut, you can choose to accept it or not accept it because someone else is going to come and tell you the Opposite and it is clear cut too!!!
The singer has seen his career further skyrocket this year, following the release of several hit songs like Gamululu and Wuuyo among others. His tenacity and determination have definitely made him a force to reckon with.