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MUN G signs multi-million shillings deal to be the face of the first numbers game in Uganda-Londa 3.

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We have reliably learnt that the hip hop star put pen to paper a few days ago at the Betyetu offices on Plot 1 Kololo Hilldrive. Betyetu Uganda is the parent company of Londa 3 which is game that involves sending 3 lucky numbers to 7117 which are put in a draw every 30 minutes,numbers that match those from the winning draw earn 350 times the money staked.

According to the deal, MUN G has recorded radio adverts for the company which have already started playing on a number of radio stations, he is also a key part of the Londa 3 TV commercial which will hit the airwaves soon.

The ‘omwana alina work’ star will also headline a number of activations for the product in Kampala and major upcountry towns in Uganda on top of doing some social media work.

MUN G was skeptical about revealing financial details of the deal but from what he has been contracted to do,it must be a mouthwatering one.

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Young Zee bounces back with new single — “Give Dem”

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Rapper Young Zee is back.

The 19-year-old rapper who has been M.I.A on the music scene for sometime now has bounced back with a new single titled “Give Dem”. He collaborated with fellow rapper Ill Gee on the song.

According to our reliable sources, Zee had taken a break from music to concentrate on his studies. We have learnt that he has completed his studies and is back to doing music. To mark his return, he has rebranded to Zagazillions (Zaga Zee).

Signed to Swangz Avenue, he is known for songs like “Criminal Swag”, “I had a dream”, and “Ayayai” among others.

Watch “Give Dem” video below.

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Broke Sipapa fails to pay rent, arrested for beating journalist

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Embattled business man Charles Alim aka Sipapa is in hot soup after police raided his place and arrested him on double charges. Sipapa is alleged to have defaulted his rent arrears of about three months. It is reported that Sipapa who was being evicted also beat up a journalist who was on scene recording.

The now broke Sipapa is currently detained at Kira Police Station over assaulting a one Alex Bongole, a Spark TV Journalist who was taking pictures of him when he (Sipapa) was being evacuated from his house. Even though this is still a developing story, this is not the first time Sipapa has been arrested as a few months ago on 8th May he was charged with violating traffic rules after getting arrested along Kampala road.

On July 19, Sipapa was once again arrested for being a public nuisance and inconsiderate use of a motor vehicle at Kisekka Market in Kampala, following distress calls from business owners in the area.

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Basket Mouth Robbed at Airport

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Nigerian comedian Basketmouth has lashed out at the staff of Nigeria Aviation Handling Company over theft .He aired out his frustration on instagram saying the company should be ashamed for letting such things happen.

Basketmouth isn’t happy that these guys are still breaking into luggage belonging to travelers and stealing from them.

Basketmouth

“I want to use this medium to appreciate NAHCO, you guys have been doing a great job handling our luggage at the airport…..however, I suggest you advice your staff to have small shame….just a little, I’m not asking for too much. Breaking into passengers checked in luggage isn’t romantic….it’s 2018. Charity begins @ home, not in the luggage of the airline passengers, “he wrote.

Singer, Tiwa Savage also complained about her luggage being stolen at the same Lagos airport some time last year.

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