The three boys who were dismissed from the Yolesa Ekitone talent show by one of the judges Alex Mukulu have discovered a whole new fortune in their mischief.
Mukulu apparently dismissed the three dancers off the stage accusing them of smelling.
“You’re smelling! Your bad odour can’t even let me judge your talent, bye!” Mukulu said straight to their faces as they shyly walked off the stage in embarrassment.
The dancing trio have in a blink of an eye ironically ‘smelled’ their way to Parliament, faster than wannabe legislators who are desperately politicking to get there, but all in vain.
The ‘Muwunya’ boys, originally The Real Crew have finally accessed house-of-lords where they met Hon. MP Zaake Francis Butebi who gave them lunch and dined with them.
“They are very young and very humble,” Zaake said after meeting the dancers.
After a chat with the MP, they disclosed to him that their dream is to go back to school, and in pursuit of that dream they have requested him to help them meet the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga.
The MP was full of praises for specially for musician Bruno K UG for making the meeting possible. “The world needs more empathetic people like Bruno,” Zaake said.
Bruno K after locating the boys a few days back vowed to become a big brother to them. And he is doing just that.
For The Real Dance Crew boys, theirs is a story of the stone which the builder rejected becoming the cornerstone in as far as building hope in young talent is concerned.
By Baron Kironde