Tuesday, March 31 2015
Away from the shoe theft allegations, Bobi Wine yesterday contributed shs 2,000,000/- (Two million shillings only) to the Ettoffalli drive. His camp shared a Buganda Twezimbe Masengere receipt no: 218415 to confirm the transaction.
A few days back, a Sheikh Muzaata clip belittling the Etoffalli drive went viral prompting Bobi Wine to attack the Sheikh saying that he was so disappointed in him for not respecting the Buganda Premier, in fact, he gave him a deadline to apologise, which was last Monday, but Muzaata is not about to bow down.
Just last week, Bobi Wine was invited to The Beat show on NTV by Douglas Lwanga to throw some light on what his next move was now that the Sheikh had not apologized, but as he left the show, he was intercepted by some journalist outside Serena hotel for a short interview, unfortunately, the shoe he was putting on at the time overshadowed what he talked about in the interview.
It still had a security tag on it. And now, Bebe Cool is riding on that branding him a thief for putting on a shoe with a security tag unless of course, the shop where the shoe was bought did not have a security tag detacher, but how could that be now that the security tag was put anyway!
The Bobi Wine camp has tactfully ignored that particular bit and responded with the various Ettoffali contributions made by Bobi Wine personally and as the Fire Base Crew CEO when the Buganda Premier visited areas pertinent to him, in total Bobi Wine has contributed Shs 20m/- as listed below:
"So how much does that sneaker cost? Bebe Cool had better come up with something else, otherwise byayanga," one Fire Base Crew fan noted.
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