Many of you may wonder about why I am interested in following this guy. But then, it is important to note that he is one of the successful Ghetto youths. He is an inspirational to many as he has been able to slowly improve his life. Just like his elder brothers Bobi Wine and Eddie Yawe, Mikie Wine is a hard working youth.
While many musicians have endless music deals, there is little to show. But at least Mikie Wine is among those that have something to show as the profits of hard work. Recently, the Sulubada headmaster unveiled a new car, convertible ford. This left youths in Kamwokya surprised as they admired the new wheel.
Speaking to HiPipo.com, Mikie Wine said:
"This has been among my dreams. So since I made some dime from Majambebe, it is time to enjoy," the Sulubada headmaster also firebase minister said while unleashing this convertible ford to his cabinet at Kamwokya.
This comes in the aftermath of his controversial collabo with Little M titled Majambebe. In this song, Mikie Wine and his crew member launched a verbal attack on Bebe Cool and his Gagamel crew accusing them of trying to bring down Bobi Wine aka Omubanda Wa Kabaka who is by far better than them. This song raised more dust days to the May 5th battle of champions.
It was the fourth song in a series of attack music that started with Ndiisa Buuti by Bebe Cool, By Far by Bobi Wine, Big Mouth by Far by Shortkut and Denzo and lastly Majambebe by Mikie Wine and Little M.
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