Saturday, May 26 2012
Those were the words of Cindy after she landed on the pics of the guy who gave her fake dollars. But a closer look at the guy simply says a lot especially from the way he holds his motorbike keys and 'Ka-torch' phones among others
Cindy and her daughter Amani are back in Uganda after sweating plasma in India on receiving fake dollars from one of her shows. On receiving her dime, Cindy got to her Rickshaw and went shopping and on her list, she was to stock more on Diapers as they are relatively cheap and also a sari(indian wear) for herself.
On getting to one of the shops, she was told, 'ye pesa acha nay..' meaning that this is not good money, she tried to say but...the indian simply said nay nay nay(no no no) while shacking his right hand as he chewed manikchand in objection.
This was when Cindy realised that she had been given fake money and the hunt for the culprit kicked off. One Jones who commented on one of our earlier stories on the matter had this to say: "Cindy performed at three shows. Her Indi tour kicked off in Bangalore, then Hyderabad and lastly Pondicherry.
The Bangalore and Hyderabad shows were organised by one team, and both the crowd and Cindy had a good time. At both shows, Cindy received genuine dollars. Trouble came from the Pondicherry show, promoted by Kibirige Idd. Part of the payment made to Cindy included fake dollars worth $300.
Meanwhile, Kim Kibirige who is noncommittal on Cindy's woes is attributing all this to haters and he says "Enemies try , enemies fail. But I will never give up, still holding on to victory.
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