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Video: Bobi Wine Can’t Be My President, He’s Very Poor – Bad Black Angers People Power Supporters

Ever since the socialite Shanita Namuyimba commonly known as Bad Black promised a great come back in the showbiz lifestyle. Recently, Black made a comedy stunt about the”Wadrope” which became viral all over social media and all other media platforms.

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beside that, Shanita was a few months back said to have been paid to abuse the President Museveni and the agreed amount was 100,000 US Dollars. But in return, she was given a deposit of only 20,000 US dollars according to her statement while appearing on Spark TV.

However, recently, Shanita crossed the line and joined the NRM because of her fear to remain poor. Through rumors, most of the revelers said that she was paid to serve the President and tarnish Bobi Wine.

While appearing on Spark TV for an interview, Shanita mentioned that Bobi Wine should only concentrate in music and leave politics because he’s very poor and can’t add value to Ugandans. She vowed to go to court with anyone who feels that all what she said never worked out.

Let’s wait for what Bobi Wine’s will say about this.


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