Monday, October 29 2012
Singer Cindy Sanyu has just premiered her latest video 'Love' on UBC and NTV's Expozed and in the video, it's a new look, new inspiration, new music but the same old Cindy.
Cindy enjoyed her long weekend with a number of activities that included among others attending a friend's wedding, had a performance at Kampala International University. The 'Mbikooye' star was so busy to the extent that she had to cancel some of the programs like the brothers birthday party for a boat cruise.
Then came that time on the boat when the strippers started doing those things that most men dream about and that most wives won't do. The rule with strippers is less talk and more action, so they got to the job of gyrating on any poles they came across leaving some revellers sexcited.
The exotic dancers hit the boat floor shortly after Cindy's performance. According to her, all was well but when the gals started flashing their kandahars, this is when she switched off."...They had strippers, real strippers. No offense but when they took off all their clothes and started flashing their ....., that was just disgusting. I wanna erase that memory." Cindy tweeted.
Most of her male fans were instead wondering how they could land such an opportunity that Cindy wished could be erased from her memory. Boat cruises are now the in thing in Kampala. Tonix had one before his Tukyekole concert, Ivan treated his fans to a boat cruise that had all tribes of booze flowing endlessly.
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