MP Nambooze comes out with a piece of advise to singer Big Eye


Controversial Democratic Party Member and Mukono Woman Member of Parliament has joined the few with a piece of advise to faded singer Big Eye Elias Ibrahim Mayanja, the seemingly calm legislator penned down a letter to the ‘Indicator’ hit maker as seen below;

Dear Ibrahim Mayanja ( Big eye)

I’m addressing you as a mother would do to her son. I have been following you since you came out and started talking politics. By then you were a celebrity any politician would love to have on his/her side, today you are casted in uncertainty, wasted and fading.

Unfortunately you got it wrong, thinking that you were to make easy money out of this situation instead of seeking to use this position to stand for justice and using you musical power to advocate for the vulnerable the poor,the young and the marginalised, you placed Big eye against the majority of your audience.

My son, you set yourself -up for failure and casted away part of your audience. In the process you crumbled and today you don’t know what to do and it seems you also don’t know how you damaged and risked your talent represented by character “Big eye” and how to savage a come back for him.

Celebrity-hood comes with all the enviable trappings and like a deposed ruler, many celebs have no clue how to cope with the loss of the status

Once fame hits, with its growing sense of purpose isolation, mistrust, and lack of personal privacy, the person develops a kind of character-splitting between the “celebrity self” and the “authentic self,” as a survival technique in the hyperkinetic and heady atmosphere associated with celebrity life.

From an initial desire to become successful, the celebrity experiences personal confusion and a loss of ownership of life in a depersonalizing ‘entitization’ process, in which scholars have discovered that when people become celebs they get a feeling that they are like a thing rather than a person of unique character.

I want to advise you that if you want to make Big Eye comeback, nsaba OFEEMU. It is you who sang the Nfaamu song,go listen to it and know that you must keep quite for sometime to rediscover yourself and allow Big eye to be the voice of the oppressed and not the oppressor.

Go back and start from where you got lost from that is where you left Big eye…