Following his arrival on Thursday morning the 22nd of March at 4: 30 AM ahead of the Reggae Jam Fest concert that is slated for Saturday the 24th of March, Jamaican Reggae singer Anthony B addressed a press briefing that was held at Legends Bar located in Naguru, Kampala
The presser was attended by journalists, members of the Ugandan Rasta community, artistes, as well as well wishers. It started off well and went on successfully but one artiste called Buchaman who is also a veteran Ragga artiste sought for cheap attention, as he thought people had not felt his presence.
Buchaman apparently arrived like 30 minutes after the press conference had kicked off but instead of sitting with the other people in the seats that had been put for the attendees, Buchaman decided to stand at the platform where Anthony B and crew were seated addressing the conference.
Meanwhile, he was holding a Rasta Flag with Rasta colours Red Green and Gold which he kept on waving time to time with the help of his friend and also a Reggae-Dancehall artiste Disun Future who also had a flag in his hand.
Every time Anthony would say something that attendees reacted to, Buchaman was heard chanting the words ‘Rastafari and ‘Selassie I ‘which means ‘Power of the holy trinity’.
As if that was not enough, when it came to the question and answer part of the press briefing, Buchaman’s wife whom other attendees thought was going to ask a question, we were surprised when she asked Anthony B to hold their little baby whom she had carried with her for the presser.
With no hesitation, the Jamaican veteran Reggae-Dancehall legend held the baby and photos of them were taken and later the presser went ahead.
The last time Buchaman whom we wouldn’t be wrong to call a forgotten artiste was in the news was when he was decampaigning his former ally Bobi Wine during his campaign rallies for the post of Kyadondo East Constituency member of parliament, in the year 2017.
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