KAMPALA – Social Media platform SnapChat is currently the battlefield for two former ‘acquaintances’ Sheilah Gashumba and Bad Black a.k.a Shanitah Namuyimbwa.
The duo’s fight is a question of each other’s lifestyle, wealth and influential status.
Weeks ago, Bad Black and Sheilah Gashumba were merrymaking, hosting invite-only parties at which they confessed love and heaped praises and respect for each other.
Now they are at loggerheads breaking each other’s secrets in a social media war which they are all very familiar with exposing how they are living fake lives just to impress their followers on several online platforms.
According to Sheilah Gashumba, the war started when Bad Black called her (Shiela)’s boyfriend God’s Plan a “broke man” and she would not take Mama Jona’s statements in good faith or treat them as useless.
“Call him broke one more time! We shall know who has money and who doesn’t, who is fake and who isn’t fake, who is real and who isn’t real! One more time! And let me know when you’re done!” Sheilah posted
Threatening to expose how fake and broke Bad Black is, celebrated Lil-Stunner went on to reveal how God’s Plan has been feeding Bad Black to the extent that he even took care of her hospital bills when she was sick.
Like you all know Bad Black draws the battle lines when it comes to SnapChat battles, she could not let this one also get away from her ring.
Bad Black unleashed her wrath in a series of snaps. The socialite started off by emphasizing how richness is not sexually transmitted. She also alleged how Sheilah has had numerous abortions and yet she could be a mother of five with responsibilities by now.
“Lie to these Kampala people who don’t know you. Right now you are homeless, the only thing you have is to advertise with Ruparelias to sleep and eat for free then you come and hide in media,” she posted adding that she un followed Sheila a month ago because she wasn’t matching her (Bad Black)’s standards.
The bitter Bad Black also noted that God’s Plan didn’t give her money for free but rather to fight their online battles and that she doesn’t owe them anything now.
Joining the battle was Uganda Musicians Association Vice President Singer Cindy Sanyu who questioned Sheilah’s influence. The King Herself wondered how one calls herself influential if her money is always tagged to a man.
“How are you going to inspire me when all your money is tagged to a man? Your father, uncle, boyfriend, how are you a hustler madam?” she posted.