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Drunk Chameleon Beats Up Journalist Seguya At Kusasira Introduction: No More Divorce – Kusasira Swears

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Catherine Kusasira with hubby Seruga

Bummy singer Catherine kusasira has introduced her childhood sweetheart and fellow musician Fred Seruga today at Lwogi in Kikyusa in Kasana Luwero District.

The event took place at the home of late Karapyo Kakumba Wilberforce, which is Catherine Kusasira’s parent’s court yard.

The event was graced by Musicians, Comedians and politicians. Among them included Ronald Mayinja, minister of state for works Gen. Katumba Wamala, Rema, Hon Bobi Wine, Minister Ronald Kibuule, Haruna Mubiru, Jose Chameleon among others.

During her speech, Kusasira promised never to divorce Seruga, who had helped groom her music career in Eagles production. It should be remembered that in 2013, Kusasira left Seruga and played away matches with tycoon Rodgers Ssemwogerere.

 

CHAMELEON FIGHTS SEGUYA

Like the Baganda say that ‘ku mbaga tekubulako musiwuufu wa mpisa’ (at every good event, there is always that ill-mannered person in attendance), Musician Jose Chameleone (who looked drunk) decided to settle his score with Bukedde journalist Josephat Seguya at Kusasira’s wedding. Chameleon attacked Seguya for writing bad stories about his kids.

Chameleone first grabbed the microphone from musician Haruna Mubiru and after started acting funny and singing.

After, he held Seguya by the neck quizzing him on why he wrote bad stories about his kids driving his car yet they were under age.

Chaos erupted and security had to come in and save Seguya from Chameleone’s punches. Chameleon threw notes of money into the rowdy crowd and took off.

Kusasira with musician Rema and Bukedde’s Flavia Namulindwa

Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine with musician Hilderman

Kamapala Central woman MP Nabilah Naggayi (in blue gomesi)

Minister of state for works Gen. Katumba Wamala

 

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American Businessman Splashes 800 Million On Ugandan Babe In luxurious wedding

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American businessman Stephen Fredrick Dutton has splashed over Shs800 million on Ugandan born Rita Namanda Dutton in a lavish wedding at Speke Resort Munyonyo.

Dutton who hails from the Islands of Bermuda met Namanda at Barmuda where she was working as a watress in one of the luxurious hotels there.

Dutton was accompanied by his relatives Ben Miller, Rosemary Miller  and Adam Dutton all the way from England.

CBS presenters Patrico Majjuka and Abbey Mukiibi were the MCs at the wedding.

“We did not hold any meetings we came loaded and just got service providers. It all went well with the breeze of  Lake Victoria,” Namanda told the Grapevine.

Former Buganda Kingdom minister in-charge of protocol Owek. Kabuuza Mukasa was among the guests.

By Doreen Menezer

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PHOTOS YOU MISSED: How Babes Paraded Juicy Bodies And Thrilled Revelers At Roast And Rhyme 10th Edition

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Roast and Rhyme returned for the tenth edition at Jahazi Pier, Munyonyo on Sunday 30th June 2019 and it sold out.

June’s event featured different talented Ugandans led by Uganda’s Music doctor Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleone, Giovanni Kiyinji, Tamba, Sam Kimera among others.

Held under the theme, “Story Tellers Edition,” the event attracted a host of Kampala’s top queen and king ‘slayers’ who enjoyed live music as they roasted their meat and downed it with the plentiful liquor supply all the while reveling in the cool breeze accorded by the lake.

By Doreen Menezer

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How Can Disorganized People Take Power, When Bobi Wine Is Not Around, There Is No People Power – Full Figure Punches Holes In Kyagulanyi’s Movement

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People Power movement female General Jennifer Nakabuubi alias Full Figure has blasted people power leadership and followers branding them noise makers and not actors.

Full Figure said that she thought that as a movement that is fighting for change, they were on the same page of ousting president Museveni with her colleagues but she has realized some members are using the movement for personal gains. “I have realised you have your own intentions, you see everyone as a bad person, everyone as a thief I don’t even know how people power members are selected and how they look like,” she said.

“I was surprised when we were going to visit Bajjo and we couldn’t even make 30 people. Even the people who were there, who call themselves people power follower, it was me who paid them. I had to pay journalists and feed them until I ran out of money,” she added.

She said, “there is no communication among people power members, you don’t call people, when Bobi Wine is not in the country no one does anything. Last time they arrested me, people attacked me instead. You are only good at slaying and taking selfies. When Bobi Wine is not in the country you cannot even see people like Eddie Mutwe.”

By Doreen Menezer

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