Allan Hendrik Hits Out at Kalifah Aganaga for Questioning His Talent

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By Gloria

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Ugandan artist Allan Hendrik alias Paper Daddy has hit out at his long-time critic Kalifah Aganaga for always questioning his talent and criticizing his work.

When Allan recently released his hit single 'We Are Tired', Aganaga took to social media and posted open letter to his Allan’s dad (Bebe Cool) warning him to stop his son from singing Reggae arguing that it's outdated.

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Responding to Aganaga, Allan in an interview noted that the veteran artist has absolutely no reason for the continuous insults against him.

"I don't know why he attacked me. You might want to ask him because I don't know his motive. He is my friend and we talk a little. The difference between us is that I'm real. I'm a person who tells you the real things and has little interest in pulling stunts," he said.

Speaking during the same interview, Aganaga mocked Allan noting that he has the ability to write him good songs that could make him shine.

"I appreciate the fact that he said that, and if it was out of a good heart, we shall see what to do. I'm willing to work with him if his standards fit with mine," Aganaga divulged.

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Reacting to Aganaga’s remarks, Allan claimed that he was using his name to seek media atteantion, adding that if he (Aganaga) is interested in doing, he should reach out to him privately.

"I don't have issues working with him though I can't work at his pace of attention seeking through the media. Work relations don't just start with writing for me or collaborating with me. We can do other business because we are both in the arts industry. He should stay away from familiarizing and looking for attention using my name," Allan said.

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