Saturday, November 01 2014
#TeamDesire is not sleeping. First, they were able to prevent her going to prison on Thursday when they raised shs 10M to clear part of the shs 16M debt that had got the Tebakulimba singer arrested.
She then came out to clear her name saying that the money causing her problems was actually taken by the Naija man, Franklin Emuobor who has failed to make good on his part. When Franklin learnt of her version, he also gave his side of the story accompanied with Desire's hot nud# pics. In one of the shots, she is standing with a striker pose, and in another, she is all spread on a sofa and so many more. They were trending on social networks the whole of yesterday.
That was not all, he also went on to reveal Desire Luzinda's past and current lovers. Now it looks like Desire's camp has waken up after recovering from the show of a lifetime yesterday. The latest to counter the undressed pics is Ebikeme's Uganda passport in the name of Baguma Franklin. It expires in 2023.
It's not clear if it's his love for Uganda that compelled him to get a Ugandan passport, but the change of name from Ebikeme to BAGUMA leaves a lot to be desired.
This morning, Ebikeme was calling Dembe FM telling them of how he sponsored the Black and White concert with hopes of recovering his money from the gate collections, but to his surprise, Desire gave out most of the tickets free of charge wanting to fill up the venue and that was the cause of their misunderstandings.
The Dembe Team asked if that could warrant releasing his lover now ex-lover's nud pics...and in a very strong Naija accent, Baguma said things which were not clear before the line disconnected.
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