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Jose Chameleone denies claims he sacrificed his brother to Illuminati

Uganda’s showbiz king and one of the wealthiest musician in East Africa Jose Chameleone has come out gun blazing to deny claims linking him to Illuminati.

The claims come just a few days after he bade farewell to his fallen younger brother AK 47, whose death has elicited a lot of questions.

Earlier this month the ‘Tubonge’ hit maker grabbed headlines in Uganda after the prosecutor reopened a murder case in which an intruder, Robert Karamagi, was burnt to death at Chameleone’s house three years ago.


A section of the public was quick to refer to Karamagi’s death as an act of human sacrifice, but Chameleone insisted he was a thief who set himself ablaze upon being discovered.

The allegations of cult activity had gone silent but were reignited by the recent death of Chameleone’s younger brother AK 47 who was buried last week.

This forced Chameleone to respond through a long message on his Facebook page.

“I am Joseph that’s if you didn’t know. Call me whatever you wish. Tell lies, my works will speak the Truth. I can’t believe how we are losing more than just Morals but even Cultural Values which are the basic definitions of who we are-Africans.” Chameleone posted.

Further, Chameleone lamented over reports that linked him to Illuminati.


“Money has become an excuse that losers use to blame hardworking people. As long as they make money off badmouthing you it’s okay for them.”

“Some of us are built on pillars of God given ability that nobody can take away. I am Catholic NOT illuminati. And will never be.”

The allegations of cult activity first came up during the early days of his career and he rubbished them in a song, ‘Nyanja’ that he released as a rebuttal.