East Africa’s music doctor Jose Chameleone has extended his gratitude to the Ugandan community living in South Africa for rescuing his younger brother Pallaso from an angry mob.

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Pallaso was attacked in South Africa with a friend on the way to buy food at a local restaurant. The friend’s car was stoned by a group of people as they watched mercilessly.

Xenophobia real. I am not in court and I don’t owe anybody an explanation but the greatest part of it is I’m still alive. This here is not a Nigerian owned car as claimed, this is Deno kiwunyas Mercedes car being demolished after I fled the scene under mob attacks. Same car I was seated in before all this happened. As you can see it parked on the roadside next to the shop we went to buy food at. I was attacked because I am in South Africa and I’m not South African. All you passing false news need to stop please. These people are heartless can take life for no reason. This is very sad. You will take it lightly but remember today it’s me tomorrow it’s someone else and It could be someone you love. Let’s stand up against Xenophobic attacks fellow Africans. Death flashed very closely in my face yesterday and tomorrow you or your loved one might not be as lucky as me to survive the attack. Please world wake up. #stopxenophobia,’ the Go Down Low hit singer said.

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My fellow Ugandans joking about my situation I want to inform you Xenophobia real. I am not in court and I don’t owe any body an explanation but the greatest part of it is Im still alive. This here is not a Nigerian owned car as claimed, this is Deno kiwunyas Mercedes car being demolished after I fled the scene under mob attacks. Same car I was seated in before all this happened. As you can see it parked on the road side next to the shop we went to buy food at. I was attacked because I am in South Africa and I’m not South African. All you passing false news need to stop please. These people are heartless can take life for no reason. This is very sad. You will take it lightly but remember today it’s me tomorrow it’s some one else and It could be some one you love. Let’s stand up against Xenophobic attacks fellow Africans. Death flashed very closely in my face yesterday and tomorrow you or your loved one might not be as lucky as me to survive the attack. Please world wake up. #stopxenophobia

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Pallaso took to social media to thank his family and fans for prayers and support.

Thank you everyone that stood with me in this trying moment. Thank you, God for always having my back. I’m safe now. All the injuries will heal with time. They will always just be a reminder of when life tried to beat me down but failed. A lot has been said but please go to my facebook page for the story of what happened. South Africa #stopxenophobia.

In a touching message, Chameleone wrote,

Only the strong can survive – come home right now @Pallaso!!!! .

In another post, he wrote,

Thanks Uganda worldwide most especially the South African Ugandan community!! Pallaso Was rescued at all odds!!!But all this must be condemned as we are all Africans.
If we move in unity same way always we shall be free!!!

Let’s always watch out for one another. Bro come home Now!!!!🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬 God took control and he will always. Come back HOME. All evil has done God the Will repair. Thanks all our Family, Friends, Fans and everybody that reached out in such a time.

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