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Thursday, July 14 2011

Zari Relocates Dinner to Garden City Roof Top
It is now clear and confirmed that Bad Black's party has had an impact on whatever party that South African based artiste Zarie is planning to hold on July 29. In the posters that were first released, the date was July 22 and within no time, the date changed to July 29.

Interestingly on the posters there was no mention of how much one was required to part with but there was a statement that 30% of the proceeds would go to charity. She later announced that the charge was $100 or Ugx 250,000/- per person and there were only 100 seats available.

Her fellow investors or advisers were quick to tell her that the economy is biting that even when you reduce the number of guests to 50, you might not raise half that number so as we speak, the theme of the party has long changed from 'Bow Ties and Tiaras' to 'Mid-Year Fiesta', on the same date but different location and at a fairly affordable price of 30,000/-

Some party animals have even come out giving credit to Bad Black like this one; "Black throws her bash to have fun and celebrate her B.D & not like local nothing doers like Zari who just want to show off. Black's party was free and yet a number of talented artistes performed but Zari's parties are for alcohol only and her boring music "

More on such comments here: Black Gal Party
Related: Zari's Bow Tie and Tiara Dinner to Counter Black Gal's

Posted by: uowd AT 12:36 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email

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