Jose Chameleone responds to domestic violence claims



Ugandan musician Jose Chameleone. (Courtesy)

Ugandan musician Jose Chameleone has responded to allegations of domestic violence involving his wife, Daniella Atim.

Speaking in an interview with BBS TV, Chameleone addressed the claims, saying, "Every time there’s power or success, there’s also a power that brings setbacks. But it doesn’t hurt me and it doesn’t move me."

When asked for more details about the allegations, Chameleone suggested reaching out to Atim directly, stating, "For those who need details, please call her in America and ask her. But at the end of the day, I do my job."

Chameleone further acknowledged his imperfections, saying, "I am not an angel; I fail sometimes and succeed sometimes.”

“My role now is to work, to look for money for myself and my children, and to make myself happy. The rest I leave to God; he will judge,” Jose added.

Atim recently revealed her status as a single mother living in the United States in a social media post. She shared insights into her life in suburban Minnesota and opened up about her journey of faith.

“I live in suburban Minnesota with my five children, my faith is anchored in Jesus, His grace, love and mercy have changed everything for me,” Atim wrote.

 She added: "I moved to the US exactly five years ago, seeking refuge from many things, including the domestic violence I endured for 16 years."

Despite the challenges she has faced, Atim said she’s fully committed to her role as a single mother, saying, "I am a single mother raising my five children on my own."

She expressed being optimistic about the future, saying, "I am choosing to relive my early life while healing my nervous system. I am a beautiful work in progress."



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