Bad Black has paid for Pretty Glo's medication at a rehabilitation centre in Bukoto, she also bought her clothes
Following the news of singer Pretty Glo being caught in a state that has left many feeling sorry for her, ex-con, Bad Black has offered to help.
Bad Black has paid over a million shillings out of the hospital bill of the Shs 8million medical bill for the troubled singer to be checked in a Bukoto rehab, she also bought some clothes for her from Oasis Mall based Mr. Price.
In an earlier video on social media, Shanita Namuyimbwa aka Bad Black asked whoever could help her with Pretty Glo’s contact to do so as she was willing to help, the singer’s close pals did exactly that.
In the changing room, Pretty Glo was seen wearing a smile as Bad Black comforted her saying it will all be alright.
Close relatives say that Pretty Glo is battling an addiction problem and it is what led to her problems, loved ones have since called for her to seek help.
NBS After5 show host, MC Kats, used some time on yesterday's show to highlight the problem.
According to MC Kats who once lived with Pretty Glo under the same roof for four months, yesterday, said that he tried helping her during the period, but the problem with such addicts is that when you stop them from the vice, you are an enemy, you are only best of friends if you are doing that stuff with them.
"There are so many people out there fighting with depression and pain. It's not only musicians, young girls are involved and those smoking it literally hate anyone who tells them to go off drugs," MC Kats added.
During the time when her hubby and fellow singer, Qute Kaye, was nabbed under similar circumstances; Pretty Glo was pregnant and the reason she gave minutes after being nabbed was that she wanted to take care of her child.
Other artistes that include Sophie Gombya, Phina Mugerwa, Mariam Ndagire among others, have all condemned the issue of drugs, though they add that what the troubled artiste needs right now is help.
"My prayers to you dear. I pray whatever you are going through now comes to an end," Leila Kayondo noted.