Gospel artiste Exodus banned from club play


Gospel singer George Lubega Timothy aka Exodus has been banned from a top Kampala night club-Club Play.

The latest gossip indicates that Exodus was told not the return to the 2nd Street, Industrial Area based night club for allegedly instigating fights now and then.

Play is a nightclub experience unlike any other-one of the most versatile venues in town, the Play combines traditional venue options with the bottle-popping club world.

It attracts some of city’s top up-and-coming DJs spinning house, electro, hiphop, dancehall, reggae, dubstep, underground disco and indie dance alongside the occasional global talent.

Two floors allow for easy dancing and drinking on weekends which gives Exodus an ideal environment to drink himself silly.


“Remember Exodus is a gospel artiste but he drinks like a fish,” a source told us.

According to the source, Exodus drinks to the extent of sleeping in bars.

Early this year, it emerged that the singer had been arrested in Arua for failing to pay hotel bills amounting to Shs1m.

He was detained after management of White Castle Hotel in Arua lodged a complaint at Arua Police Station.

After reportedly parting ways with his Godfather Pastor Robert Kayanja, Exodus is not doing well financially.

Exodus made his musical debut in 2004 with his hit single “Ganja Man”.

After meeting Pastor Kayanja n 2002, in 2004 he became a leader and singer in the church choir and would later build on that to become one of the most successful soul singers.



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