Shanita Namuyimbwa might have bleached her skin into a kinky powder advert she might have professed the Lord Jesus Christ as her saviour and been ‘born again’, but the yoke of lifestyle remains at her heels.
The ex-convict has been dragged to police over failure to pay for clothing and other expensive paraphernalia she picked from a boutigue.
A one Pamela Musiimenta, a boutique owner, has opened up a case against Bad Black at Katwe Police Station, citing fraud after demanding payment for clothes Bad Black had picked without success.
Musiimenta says Bad Black picked from her store clothes, shoes and expensive perfumes all worth Shs3 million but has since defaulting payment obligation.
The businessman claims Bad Black promised to send her the money via mobile money and that after delivery, she got a message that she had received the money.
However, when she tried to withdrawal the said money, it hadn’t been credited on her account. Bad Black had just sent a message, Musiimenta claims.
A panicky Musimenta tried to reach her on phone but all her calls went unanswered, prompting her to lodge a complaint with Police.
Sources say Bad Black, who in January turned up at Pastor Kayanja’s Miracle Centre Cathedral for the ’77 DOGS’ crusade and bowed to the Lord, has since claimed she is in Ghana, the reason she is unable to pay up at the moment.