It was tears and grief as musicians and thousands of mourners gathered to say good bye to local musician Oscar Mubuuke Galiwango Kamya, alias Dizzy Nuts yesterday evening in Jandira-Kyasa village, Nkozi Sub County in Mpigi District.
Notable among the mourners was Bebe Cool who was even among the last people that saw Nutts alive.
He was at the scene of the accident in Kireka, where they had gone to perform at bar called Victoria.
The burial was marked by heavy rains.
Leading the burial mass Rev. Fr. Joseph Matovu from Nkozi Catholic Parish condemned mass killings in the country, tasking the government to capture the culprits.
Among the artists that attended was Dr Proper, Angella Kalule, Dizzy Wine, Producer Tony Hauls, Catherine kusasira among others.
He was remembered as a talented, intelligent and disciplined person by friends and relatives.
Dizzy Nutts met his untimely death in the wee hours of Monday morning after a performance at Victoria Club in Kireka.
He is survived by three kids who are Sheebah Namitala, Emmanuelle Kiguli Simon Peter and James Kulumba Solomon.
He attended Kaboja Primary School, Kasasa Secondary School in Masaka for his ‘O’ Level, and Mityana Secondary School for his ‘A’ Level.
He later went to Makerere University where he did a degree in Tourism after which he joined Music.
He was laid to rest yesterday evening in his ancestral home in Jandira-Kyasa village, Nkozi Sub County in Mpigi District.