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Nasty C brings the house down at DJ SNAP OFF party

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Nasty C performs at Dj Snap Off at Club Guvnor

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Friday night at the DJ SNAP OFF party turned out to be much more than the pre-event hype had promised as South African rapper Nasty C brought the house down with a breathtaking performance at Club Guvnor.

The 21-year-old rap star who was the main attraction at the event showed why he is one of the most highly regarded South African performers at the moment by treating revelers to an evening of rap magic where the free flowing Singleton only served to up the excitement.

The rapper who stepped on stage as late as 3am performed some of his hit songs like “Way It Go” by DJ Switch featuring Tumi and “Juice Back” with the most popular song of the night being his feature on the hit song “Particula’’ that sent the hordes of revelers who turned up into a frenzy.

Nasty C is the latest act to grace the DJ SNAP OFF, which is a monthly event where Guvnor hosts guest DJs to show off their skills on the decks as patrons share the exciting performance live on popular social media platform Snapchat. The night has in the past featured other international artistes like Ghanaian singer Magnom.

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Mbiire’s daughter Nadia Matovu throws party of the year

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“You are not on the guest list” party

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Thursday night was a stream of limitless fun for Kampala’s glitterati who gathered at Serena Hotel’s Victoria ballroom for a first of its kind exclusive pop-up party.

The event, dubbed “You are not on the guest list”, was hosted by Nadia Matovu and let the city in on the true meaning of luxury and glamour with an elaborate celebration to end the year in style, featuring some of the most high-profile names on the social scene.

The event filled with charm brought together many prominent faces, the biggest being South African rapper Nasty C. Other revelers in attendance were Rich Gang, Malaika, Gareth Onyango and many others all who made merry thanks to the endless Johnnie Walker Gold Reserve premium whisky that was flowing freely. Those with a sweeter palate went for the Ciroc cocktails. To most revelers it was agreed that this was the party of the year.

“You are not on the guest list” party

To add to the merry drinking and light moments, the night featured a number of carefully hand-picked casino games, show girls and acrobats as entertainment that were all a true marvel. The ball room was divided into two sections; Mirage and Bellagio for the VIP and VVIP respectively which had attendees partying into the wee hours of the night with the best entertainment money can buy. In short this was Las Vegas shipped and assembled into the ballroom.

As it rained money and the alcohol flowed, the host, Nadia Matovu, a picture of charm all through the night, saw to it that her guests were well taken care of. This was a lights, camera, drinks and games affair which no one who attended will forget soon.

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Prophet Brian Kagyezi raises over 50million shs in Christmas food donations to give 1000 families

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Prophet Brian Kagyezi and Pneuma Word Ministries have raised 50 million Uganda shs worth in Christmas food donations to give to 1000 needy families this Sunday.

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The generous gesture is in the spirit of the ministry’s season of celebration as it marks its first anniversary since being launched by Major One Prophet Shepherd Bushiri who is the spiritual father to Prophet Brian Kagyezi.

According to the Head of Public Relations Pneuma Word Ministries Victor Anecho says, the charity cause is aimed to share the joy of the festive season but also give back to the community our neighboring communities and this we will be doing irrespective of age and religious backgrounds.

We spoke to the vision bearer of Pneuma Word Ministries Prophet Brian Kagyezi who said, “ I have learnt the heart of sharing and giving from my spiritual father Major ONE whom I know as one of the biggest givers to humanitarian support.

Mr. Anecho says, the event has largely been organized by members of the church and well-wishers of the ministry who have been contributed generously to bless families in need so as to enjoy their Christmas.

The event will be starting at 8am and will be hosting 1000 families from 9 zones of Kulambiro, Walufumbe, Nazareth, Kisaasi, Tuuba, Kondongolo, Kasana, Kyanja central, Katumba.

We are inviting any well-wishers to join us in the anniversary celebration season this Sunday as we share the love of Christ.

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Diamond Platnumz Apologizes to Tanzania government over raunchy music

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Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz landed himself into hot soup when he released a raunchy music video for his song,”Mwanza” which he worked on with Wasafi records signed artist, Rayvanny . The video which was considered immoral was then banned by the Tanzania government under the Baraza  la Sanaa la Taifa organization(an agency that regulates music), arguing that it is a bad example for the youth who look up to the Bongo star.

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The government agency banned them from performing in and out of their country until further notice, which did not sit well with Diamond and sparked off a bitter monologue by the artist on social media asking them to let him become a citizen of another country.

He has however calmed down and apologized to the Tanzanian government in a new statement saying:

In great humility, we ask for forgiveness from the great Tanzanian republic and BASATA for performing the song Mwanza at the Wasafi Festival in Mwanza. We work hard to be good examples to our fans and to the society, but as humans, we are prone to making mistakes. We accept that we have done something wrong and we are sorry for that. Through our works of art, we will endeavor to be good ambassadors for our culture to the world.

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