Friday, January 08 2016
Katsha's heavily pregnant babe, Shakira De Bank, has taken a shot at Cameroon Gitawo who released a recording moments after Katsha left the TMT group.
In a recording doing rounds on social media, Cameroon Gitawo, who is on the run for disappearing with SK Mbuga's shs70 million noted that they received Katsha's resignation on Wednesday afternoon and they accepted it. He went on to say that his contract had been "terminated" and was not authorized to transact on behalf of the group.
Gitawo is now popular for trying to patch up things even when they do not add up. In the car saga, he was pleading with SK on how he had to fly out of the country after his wife and child were involved in a car accident but promised to make good, hours later, he released a clip saying that SK Mbuga needs to add more money before he can be given the car.
The same thing has happened with Katsha's exit. When Katsha announced his exit from the TMT group yesterday, Gitawo rushed to give his version of how Katsha's contract had been terminated. He did this in the capacity of CEO and founder, TMT Africa.
This did not go down well with pregnant Shakira who went on to spill more beans on Gitawo.
"This ediot has never been the founder of TMT. He wanted fame and so Katsha asked him to join TMT and the dude is now creating stories, I hear I'm the CEO."
"If it wasn't for Katsha no one would know this old hen, he's not even known in SA, a big shame on you no wonder you wanted to use Fabiola for fame but I stopped my friend to hook you up, instead you ended up with Shan, who used and dumped you, I heard you have no game she even saw juju in your bag at Serena."
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