Musician Moses Ssali, better known as Bebe Cool, found himself in a tough situation when a baddie hit the stage to deliver nyash yet his wife, Zuena Kirema, was in the audience. This was during the latest edition of Purple Party that was held in December at Aero Beach in Entebbe.
Mid-performance the baddie steps on stage and starts touching Cool who dances along, before asking her whether she doesn’t fear Kirema.
Cool: “You said your name is?”
Cool: “Ah-huh, Sandra, let’s see! Sandra said she doesn’t fear… Sandra, how are you feeling?”
Sandra: “I’m so happy.”
Cool: “Are you sure?”
[Zuena comes and hugs her while rubbing her shoulders.]
Cool: “Mama baby, come and say hi … you know this generation has not seen a beautiful woman… this is the mother of my children and my message to you is trust in love… say hi to them, you [audience] will listen to the sweet voice [Zuena smiles].”
Meanwhile, Cool said he had not been with Kirema while performing at a show in many years.
Kirema and Cool got married in a civil ceremony on September 12, 2003, at Crane Chambers. In 2009, they momentarily separated after reports emerged that he cheated.
They rekindled the relationship after he reportedly apologized. Zuena Kirema dropped out of school while in senior four when she was 16 to date the Love You Everyday hitmaker.
They have four children together, namely: Alpha Thierry Ssali, Deen Ozil Ssali, Beata Ssali, and Caysan Ssali.
Purple Party is the brainchild of TV presenter Douglas Lwanga.