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Gashumba VS. Kasumba over Sheilah Gashumba's dress code

By Mico 05 January 2023 12:38 pm EAT

Twitter has been on fire since the new year kicked off and this was largely because of Sheilah Gashumba's dress code that disgusted Samson Kasumba and Isaac Kawalya aka Kaiyz. The three are all employees of Next Media.

Sheilah Gashumba's dress code woes

It all started with the dress code and now the talk has shifted to land titles and bank balances!!!

"Okay, if you think you are wise as you claim to be, produce your bank statements and land titles to be compared with Sheilah's?" a furious Gashumba roared.

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Twitter has been on fire since the new year kicked off and this was largely because of Sheilah Gashumba's dress code that disgusted Samson Kasumba and Isaac Kawalya aka Kaiyz. The three are all employees of Next Media.

It all started with the Choplife end of year party that Sheilah, 26, held at the Vault Bandali rise in Bugolobi, it was a huge success and this she largely attributed to her circle of friends.

"Choplife end of year party one man, one bottle was a vibe!! No billboard, no tvcs or radio adverts, no twitter influencers. Just Sheilah, her social circle of friends and her snap and GOD. Like I always say; your network is your net worth."

Kaiyz maintained his stand that her dress code that almost left nothing to the imagination was off and that the Lil Stunner as she fondly refers to herself needs to think about the children of tomorrow.

Sheilah Gashumba aboard a plane to the US
Sheilah Gashumba
 

"It’s okay to show that nice body but in 20 years will your kids be proud of you? You have to be human in whatever you do since the internet keeps whatever is shared for years,” Kaiyz went on record.

The attack by Kaiyz was reduced to chasing clout and relevancy by Sheilah before reminding him that they were worlds apart by virtue of the shows they grew up watching.

"Dear Kaiyz, you grew up watching 'That’s Life Mwattu' and 'Kigenya Agenya' on a black and white tv. I grew up watching live performances of Rihanna and Beyoncé and Disney channel, E!. I’m here to remind you that WE ARE NOT AND WE WILL NEVER BE ON THE SAME LEVEL."

It was at this stage that news anchor, Samson Kasumba, 48, got on board over what he termed as an attack on local content.

“There was NEVER anything wrong with those plays Sheilah. The moment we rubbish local content when we work on local television, we make a massive mistake. Art is not easy to produce. Have the fights you want but respect local productions made by some genuinely great artists here," Samson Kasumba tweeted.

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It was not long before Frank Gashumba, 49, was invited at the Ntinda based Radio4 owned by events promoter Balaam, but the highlight of the radio talk show was his attack on Samson Kasumba whose issues he largely linked to the midlife crisis.

"It beats my understanding, because if he Samson truly loves local content, why does he create an English accent, it is not his, he has successfully tried to be a Bale Francis(RIP), but he failed miserably. If you are for local content, there's no way you would end up forcing an accent...There is what they term as midlife crisis, that is what he is suffering from."

"Okay, if you think you are wise as you claim to be, produce your bank statements and land titles to be compared with Sheilah's?" a furious Gashumba roared.

Samson Kasumba has since been on a searching spree for his land titles, plus placing fake calls to his would be bankers to avail him with a bank statement that he can present to the Gashumba committee for verification. All that is yet to materialize as he is still renting and his bankers tell him that there is a zero balance, but he insists they should avail them regardless.

While appearing for a news bulletin, Samson Kasumba showed up with a pulling bag full of his otherwise important docs including academic transcripts, but land titles and bank statements were not part of the contents.

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