Bad Black

Popular Ugandan socialite Bad Black, real names Shanita Namuyimbwa, has demanded payment for having recorded a COVID-19 vigilance advert during lock-down.

This follows her frustration over the length of time it’s taking for her to get returns as well as meet the President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni – a promise she was offered in landing the deal.

Bad Black

According to Bad Black, reaching the concerned authorities to probe her payment woes has been a challenge. For that, she is determined to go to the International Criminal Court (ICC) if that is what it will take.

I am an independent hustler, and I am not here to be bullied by any blogger. I am not a politician, I want to be paid. I did my job as a good citizen. Pay me. You are not the ones who will feed my children.

Bad Black
https://twitter.com/FrostProUg/status/1271838988630921216

Origin

On 29th April 2020, Bad Black was approached by Mr Kisembo Ronex to record an advertisement sensitizing the public about the dangers of COVID-19 and encouraging the ladies around the country boarders to avoid indulging with the high risk group of truck drivers.

Bad Black was informed that the advert would come with a UGX 500 Million cheque plus a bonus of meeting H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. However, to-date, neither of the two promises have been fulfilled.

Bad Black

From unverified documents obtained by this site, Bad Black’s legal partners plan to institute a lawsuit after serving a notice of intention to sue.

Read Also: “I will beat whoever tells lies” – Bad Black reveals 2020 resolution

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