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Fresh Daddy Enjoying Kampala Slay queens

Fresh Kids Father Paul Mutabaazi is definitely having the time of his life and can’t seem to get enough of the limelight after a steamy video of him squeezing the “horne” out of a slay queen who was grooving to his new hit song Mazike has surfaced. The Father now turned rapper turned Fame lounge  upside down on monday night as he premiered his new hit song Mazike which has received mixed reactions from the public. As much as the reviews haven’t been so positive about his talent and the quality of the song sugar mummies and slay queens at Fame received Fresh Daddy’s new found fame with grace by gyrating their endowed anatomies on the Singer’s Body to give him a saucy welcome to the music industry that he shall surely never forget about.

The Father of the most famous kid in Uganda Fresh Kid has become a celebrity of late thanks to his son who rose to fame after the talented rapper performed on Alex Muhangi’s popular show event and TV program comedy store. 

Fresh daddy who has experienced a huge change in fortune from being a Pedicure Masseuse to now a recording artist signed under Kaliffa Aganaga’s label. Mutabaazi is enjoying his celebrity status at his old age and will definitely have interesting tales to tell his grandchildren. The controversial father who has been bashed for riding his fortune on his talented son and trying to maximize the most out of his boy who is not yet of legal age to handle all the money he has been making from his music.

Well Fresh Daddy seems to be doing good after receiving a lump sum of Mama Fiina 3million shillings cash Bonanza to inject in his business and also enjoying the fruits of the bulk of the money his son has been making from shows all over the country. His new song Mazike praises the effect of money on his life saying that the world is only a good place when you have money.

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