Abba Mayanja, a name that reverberates in the world of Ugandan music, underlining an undefined talent and a magnetic persona. Born on December 18, 1992, and better known by his stage name Abba Marcus Mayanja, this Ugandan Afropop and reggae artist has carved his own niche in the industry.
His journey of music took flight at a tender age, with his powerful vocals and entrancing performances that captivated the audience. A dynamic combination of Afro-pop and reggae rhythms, his music emanates the essence of Ugandan culture, resonating with the young and old alike.
Abba Mayanja’s net worth, as of 2021, is estimated to be approximately $500,000. This includes his earnings through his various studio albums, live performances and brand endorsements over the years. While he prefers to keep his financial details confidential, his successful career in the music industry affirms his place among the top earners.
Abba Mayanja silences fans comparing him to Solomon Kampala
Abba Marcus Mayanja, the son of Jose Chameleone, has countered the attempts of a portion of his social media followers, who he referred to as “misguided,” for trying to sow discord between him and his companion Solomon Kampala.
During a recent Saturday morning live stream on TikTok, numerous fans of Abba tried to goad the 18-year-old.
Many of them asked whether the two were still friends or if they were sucked into their parents’ beef.
Another user said Abba was silent “because you know that Solomon is above you.”
Abba hit back, describing the rabble-rousers as “dumb or stupid.”
“Solomon is my nigga,” said Abba said TikTok live in which his siblings Alfa, Alba, and Amani were also tuned in.
“Solomon is my boy. He’s my day-one,” he added
Abba also scoffed at the status comparison with his friend, saying, “No one is above me. The only one above me is God.”
Chameleone’s children just returned to the US, having been on a brief visit to Uganda last month.
Meanwhile, in the live stream, Abba also gave an update on his younger Alfa’s dating life.
The 15-year-old, he said, was dating a girl named Shirley, whom he described as a “planned child” meaning she’s from a well-to-do family.
Answering questions about his rumored love relationship with Desire Luzinda’s daughter Michelle Kaddu, Abba said these claims were also untrue.
“It is outlandish when people say that I am dating Michelle..it even makes me mad to hear that,” he said.
In September last year, a picture of him kissing Michelle went viral, sparking the rumors that the parents were forced to come out and clarify.