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Maurice Kirya Defends Micheal Ross Over Ginuwine Embarrassment

Regardless of the fact that the whole world views Maurice Kirya as a million times better than his brother, Michael Ross musically, the singer still has his brother’s back by hook or crook.

The recent events that got Michael Ross humiliated in public and the response from Kirya is evidence that blood is thicker than water indeed.

“About the Ginuwine show, i totally understand what it meant to Myko to jump on stage, even though i performed on that stage…Myko deserved that stage better than anyone else!” Kirya defending his big brother.

The ‘Misubawa’ singer narrated that when he was younger, Myko and him would meet at his mother’s house and practice dancing.

“I wasted so much time before i realized my dancing sucked, but Myko?… he had the gift, he emulated Ginuwine to the dot and would even un-button his shirt to reveal his skinny chest and six packs to screaming adoring fans, he was our own Ginuwine, our own usher, our Michael Jackson!” Kirya assured.

The singer added, “Deep down inside i know that Myko is our treasure, an icon, a legend, a star that tells out very own Ugandan story of resilience, I praise him now, because its on days like this when he needs his true friends, and true fans!”

Michael Ross was thrown off the stage on Saturday during the Ginuwine show by his bodyguards as he tried to dance.

 



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