As most people are criticizing singer Michael Ross for the embarrassment he got last Saturday evening when he was thrown off stage at the recent Johnnie Walker Soul and RnB Safari concert featuring American singer Ginuwine, Maurice Kirya recounts how inspirational Ross is in the music industry.
According to Maurice, he says Michael Ross inspired him to be a dancer back in the days although he later realized that dancing sucks
“When I was younger, Myko and I would meet at my mother’s house and practice dancing, I wasted so much time before I realised my dancing sucked, but Myko?… he had the gift, he emulated Ginuwine to the dot and would even un-button his shirt to reveal his skinny chest and six packs to screaming adoring fans, he was our own Ginuwine, our own Usher, our Michael Jackson!!” wrote Maurice.
He also had his say on what happened to his friend last Saturday. “About the Ginuwine show, I totally understand what it meant to Myko to jump on stage, even though I performed on that stage,…Myko deserved that stage better than anyone else! Deep down inside I know that Myko is our treasure, an icon, a legend, a star that tells out very own Ugandan story of resilience, I praise him now.”
The ‘Busabala’ singer added that it is during days like these that Michael Ross needs friends and true fans.