Jose Chameleone thanks fans for support after recovering from illness

In an emotional video, Ugandan musician Jose Chameleone has thanked his fans for their support as he recovers from an alleged stomach illness.

The “Valu Valu” hitmaker teared up in the video, which has since gone viral, saying that he is grateful for the prayers and well wishes he has received from fans around the world.

“I don’t know if I should talk about my illness,” Chameleone said. “But those people who wish me well know I have the attitude of a victor. I have the attitude of somebody who wants to use my time. I want to pay the price of a 44-year-old.”

Chameleone also said that he forgives those who have said bad things about him during his illness.

“I want to thank you all for your support,” he said. “I will continue to do my best. I remember a time in 2008 when I was involved in an accident and broke my leg, but I still performed in a wheelchair. I am a fighter, and I will not give up.”

Chameleone was discharged from the hospital in Minneapolis a day after the video was filmed. He then traveled to Toronto, Canada, to perform.

The singer’s illness has been the subject of much speculation, with some reports claiming that he was suffering from cancer. However, Chameleone has not confirmed the nature of his illness.

Despite his illness, Chameleone has shown his usual resilience and determination. He is a true inspiration to his fans, and his story is a reminder that anything is possible if you set your mind to it.

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