By Our Reporter
South African rapper Kwesta and EDM DJ maestro Sun-El Musician will be the star attractions at the Lockdown party happening at the MTN Warehouse in Industrial Area tonight.
Born Senzo Mfundo Vilakazi, Kwesta is a South African born rapper and songwriter whose music has been doing rounds on the continent for quite some time.
He will be performing some of his smash hits like “Khethile Khethile”, “Ngiyaz’fela”, “Spirit,” a collaboration he did with American star Wale and many more. He will be sharing the stage with Ugandan rappers, The Mith, Truth, and Lagum.
Also on the line up will be Uganda’s very own DJ Kasbaby, a radio DJ who has been in the game since 2014 and Dj Fya Leboof one of Uganda’s promising female DJ’s who infuses her mixes with tribal, EDM and house music among others.
Tonight’s vibes are all centered around the electric Tribal Rave/Afro house, and House music that is sure to have revelers in the perfect mood for an epic dance showdown.
Sheebah to perform at the Singleton Golf Challenge semi-finals
By Our Reporter
Known for her energetic performances, Team No Sleep singer Sheebah Karungi is set to deliver more of the same as golfers and guests wind down after what is expected to be a grueling round of golf at the Singleton Golf Challenge semi-finals slated to take place this Saturday, June 8 at Entebbe Golf Club.
The “Wankona” singer will be the star attraction of the night as attention shifts from the course to the 19th hole experience with guests and golfers paying allegiance to the “Vegas” theme.
The theme calls for the night’s crowd to embrace their wild side with extravagant fashion just like that seen and accustomed to in Las Vegas, a US state were fun and extravaganza is the order of the day.
The Vegas-themed party is expected to give the tournament finalists a reason to toss to their triumph with the best dressed individuals of the night guaranteed to walk away with goodies, as it will also be a healing pill for the day losers.
The 19th hole experiences have become a hub of entertainment where golfers get to wine down after an exhausting day on the Course.
3 Reasons why the blame on Martha Kay and other women whose nudes leak is misdirected
By Bash Mutumba
In recent times, nothing excites Ugandans more than a leak of raunchy content; mostly the kind that involves a public figure. After the men recreationally finish the soap in their bathrooms, and the women envying and/or judging their fellow women’s bodies, the next step is usually to blame the victims of how irresponsible they are for letting their nudes leak, and often go on and on blaming them for taking these photos and/or videos in the first place. I’ll tell you why this blame is misdirected.
1. They don’t leak them themselves
In all honesty, of all the nudes and sextapes that leak, the ones that ask for them – who are also the only intended consumers – are usually the romantic partners, and it is very absurd that the blame is never laid on these particular individuals. The guy who leaked Zari’s video never paid for his sins, Desire Luzinda’s Nigerian lover was sure nothing would be done to him, Anita Fabiola’s offender too was never brought to book. Same applies to Judith Heard and now Martha Kay.
2. They are the victims
It is rather clear that cyber bullying isn’t something to joke about, as we have all witnessed friends and family succumb to depression after episodes of being bullied on social media. The best that can be done for such people is to show them they are loved, regardless of the betrayal they have faced at the hands of those they loved and trusted. Making fun, and threats of legal action and jail, aren’t the best words to tell to someone in a situation of being prone to mental health issues.
3. Ugandans should have rights to privacy
The whole essence of having mobile phones is privacy. They are not shared like landlines or pay phones, and the passwords therein, are ultimately to that effect. Ideally, every Ugandan should be able to take photos that empower them, without fearing that someone will encroach on their privacy.
I personally felt so sad when various people created fake pages in the name of Martha Kay just to get followers riding on her sorrow. It is needless to say, that we should spread love, not hate.
Gabriel K interrupts ugly raping scene, hands victim to police
In the wee hours of the night, it is said around the streets of Kampala, a man was caught redhanded raping a woman. According to singer Gabriel K who is also the rescuer, a woman was being raped by a boda boda man until he intervened.
“Just did a citizens arrest! Boda boda guy raping a woman by the roadside! Claims woman agreed for 3k! Woman screaming… saying its all lies. Well, bundled him into my boot and now over to police to sort. Dude says he works at panamera stage, Naguru” he posted. Gabriel K has exhibited an examplary gesture as a fellow citizens’ keeper.
Meanwhile Gabriel K has his 16 track Done Waiting album ready this year.
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