Mama We Made It,Kenzo Visits House Where They Were Evicted In Childhood Days

BET Award winner Eddy Kenzo is one of the celebrities that have come far along journey to the limelight that every other fellow would like to attain.

Eddy Kenzo who has gone through thick and thin has a reason to celebrate for all that he has been through in his journey to fame.

Eddy Kenzo few weeks ago released a song dubbed “Ghetto” which was produced by Artin Pro, predicatively, the song talks about the days in Kenzo’s life that he spent out on the streets as a child from the ghettos before all the fame came through.

It was shot in the on of the slums of Kampala, directed by Grate Make Films.

Eddy Kenzo says he enjoyed every bit of the shooting of this video because it gave him many memories.

However on Saturday Edrisa Musuza aka Eddy Kenzo visited the place where he and his brothers, late mother(RIP) lived earlier in his childhood days.

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Kenzo furthwer captioned some pictures on his social-media this house with some heart touching words .

Kenzo:”Today I visited the house I lived in with my mother before she died ,we were evicted a few days later cause we couldn’t afford rent ……lots of memories in this place, with God everything is possible. congs maama we made it ❤🙏✊”.

 

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