KAMPALA – Controversial singer Alexander Bagonza alias A Pass thrilled fans and followers when he came off as a motivational speaker when he shared words of advice to Ugandans who are good at making up excuses to cover up their faults.
The ‘Diidi’ singer said it no secret that a number of Ugandans are good at blaming the government, stereotypes and other people for their failed success with phrases like ‘I would have been rich but our government’, ‘I would have studied but I grew up In a deep village’, ‘I would have been a big star but witchcraft’, ‘I would have invested in that business but the taxes are so high’, among other lousy excuses.
The singer through his social media platforms called upon Ugandans to stop blaming others for their personal faults, and just accept them just like they do with wins.
“Remember that it’s always your fault, stop blaming people, you should have known better, it’s your fault. Take responsibility for your downs just like how you love to take responsibilities for the wins,” he said.
Away from his music, comedy and his controversies, A Pass has always shared motivation messages with his fans to instill hope and courage among them. He recently shared how he slept in a storage room till a few months back when he finally brought a bed.
He made it known that he doesn’t share these motivation posts to brag, but believes that at least one or two of his followers benefits from them.
“From 2013 I had no bed, not because I didn’t want one but I was living in a small room by choice and I never wanted to be comfortable, I had a small mattress of mine and most of the time I slept with just a blanket. The room was a small store of a big house,” he shared.
He added that; “But this year I saw a bed and I was escalated, I bought it immediately and funny enough it wasn’t yet complete, but I saw how special it would be when finished, so I paid and started creating a room. I would like to sleep in, it has taken me two months but it is close to what I see in my vision.”