Legendary Musician Halima Namakula Links Weasel's Alleged Violence to Depression
13 July 2020
Legendary female musician and mother figure to most Ugandan artistes Halima Namakula has blamed Weasel's recently alleged violent behavior on depression.
Over the past weeks, Weasel has been trending on social media over accusations of violence against his family, and members of the music fraternity, with the latest victim being producer Goddie.
Halima Namakula believes Weasel can't get a hold of himself because he is going through a difficult time following Radio Mowzey's passing in 2018.
"Weasel is going through depression because the late Radio was his best friend and partner. So some things he does are out of anger and frustration. He is a very humble person and I have never seen someone like him.
"He is the kind of person who sees you and almost drops on his knees to greet you but beating up women, I can't judge before I listen to both sides. You know us women have drama and provocative behavior. So if you find a depressed man, he can easily beat you up," Halima said.
In an interview last week, Weasel, however , dismissed claims that he was violent against his wife, noting that the video circulating online was from a video shoot.
"Thank you for your concern. That video was recorded today morning, but like you know I have been doing some rehearsals and that is for my video shoot which I'm currently working on. You know people say anything because we are celebrities but I'm working on my album," Weasel said.