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Frank Gashumba proposes a DNA for Sheilah Gashumba and Spice Diana

By Michael Nampala 10 Aug 2020 05:40 PM EAT

Frank Gashumba agrees that Kokonya singer, Spice Diana and his daughter, Sheilah Gashumba were separated at birth and due to the striking resemblance, they should be subjected to a DNA. 

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Spice Diana and Sheilah Gashumba

Spice Diana and Sheilah Gashumba

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Spice and Sheilah spent the weekend at Speke Resort Munyonyo and while there, the two shared a clip dancing to the 'Kokonya' song that Spice Diana did with Tanzania's Harmonize.

"Who is who?" Spice Diana captioned the video, but the comments that followed, the fans were failing to tell who was who as the two had put on similar wigs.

"Jesus twin we really need to question our parents. DNA NEEDED, but seriously, we never planned this shoot. Girls just wanted to have fun ... And boom... But am glad these pictures came out perfectly with my twin because we have always wanted to have a shoot together," Spice Diana added.


Following her observations, Sheilagh's and of course their fans, the Sisimuka Uganda CEO is now seriously thinking of  carrying out a DNA just to be sure these two are not blood sisters of sorts.

Meanwhile, it was after this visit that Sheila Gashumba got to learn that she is a proud owner of a white BMW as she notes; 

"While I had given Spice Diana a visit to sell to her my new luxury wig line and after selling the wigs to her, she actually wanted to drive me home but she had a live zoom interview so her manager Roger decided to drop me home as My dad kept insisting that I need to be home ASAP as he has something important to tell me!! I walked into the gate and found a monster white BMW and he my dad said to me, this is your car!!!"

Spice Diana and Sheila Gashumba dancing to the Kokonya song

Spice Diana and Sheila Gashumba dancing to the Kokonya song


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