Comedy Store Uganda staged a successful Valentines Day concert Friday night at Cricket Oval in Lugogo.
According to Comedy Store boss Alex Muhangi, tables had already sold out by evening just after the gates opened at 4pm.
The show kicked off with comic acts from stars like Bobi Brown and Nilo Nilo who cracked people’s ribs.
Comedian Kalela took it a notch higher when he hit the stage with some fancy helmet.
He claimed to have heard what happened to singer Big Eye and he didn’t want to take risks in case the crowd decides to stone or pelt him with bottles.
The stage had been set and now musicians would take it from there.
It was Swagga Mama Queen Sheebah Karungi who removed the lid and drove her fans into a frenzy.
She was joined on stage by comedian Kabako bringing nothing but energy to an already magnetic performance.
But Sheebah had some questions to ask: “What if I tell you that I love you?”
Without delving into answers to this question, lets proceed to the next singer, the ever stylish Spice Diana.
She lit up the place and set the stage for the queen of booty-licious ladies.
The booty-ful Winnie Nwagi graced the stage. And she gave it her all.
She was followed by lost and resurrected singer Clever J who came and turned the stage upside down.
He did it and the crowd loved it. He has really made a visible and believable comeback.
Then it was his turn. I mean Love Nigga President Eddy Kenzo.
“Wama wama tubaale, wama wama tubaale, Tweeyagale..” he called upon all love niggas across the globe to join him and be happy.
From love niggas, then came the Big Size. Bebe Cool. And he made a big size performance.
The King herself Cindy Sanyu then stepped on stage.
She was donning an appetizing outfit that left men pocketing.
Leone Island singing Dr Jose Chameleone too made a surprise appearance and performed.
He prepared the fans for the moment they had been counting down.
Rudeboy. King Rudy. The Nigerian star then hit the stage, dropping back-to-back hits until the crowd ran wild.
Rudeboy came on stage wearing a T-shirt with the late Mowzey Radio and sang his hit song “Nakudata” as a tribute to the fallen singer.