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Bad Black Alleges Stepmother Murdered Her Father

City socialite and ex-convict Bad Black real name Shanitah Nakuyimbwa has revealed her suspicion of her stepmother murdering her father. She said she has been feeling some type of way recently about her father watching her and standing behind her.

Bad Black’s father disappeared during Covid-19 lockdown. She had announced that she was looking for him and asking people who may know something about his whereabouts to come forward.

Unfortunately, no one came forward and the police also tried to look for him but all was in vain.

It has been three years and Ms. Black with her family doesn’t know what exactly happened to their father.

The outspoken socialite posted on social media that she has been trying to look for her father but has failed. She, however, said she has been feeling her father’s presence around her.

According to Bad Black, she thinks that her stepmother murdered her father and threw him somewhere in a septic tank.

“Why nowadays I feel like my father is watching me … and standing behind me sometimes? Also, something is telling me that my stepmother murdered him namusula mu seputiki tank. I dream about my daddy’s home standing near the toilet… Can anyone help me spiritually or traditionally, please…. Taata tumwagala,” she said.

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