Friday, April 08 2016
For quite some time, Jackie Chandiru’s landlord has been lenient with her and this being a business, he was left with no choice but to throw her out of the house to pave way for other tenants.
Jackie has been battling with drug addiction issues in the last few months.
First, she was in Mulago hospital but was later transferred to a rehabilitation centre along Entebbe-Kampala road in Kisubi for close supervision and monitoring now that she was not taking her medication as instructed.
At the time of eviction, Jackie’s relatives were the one's staying in the house; they had to clear all the outstanding dues before they were allowed to take the households.
Meanwhile, police is holding a one Bob Mugarura who gave the singer some drugs as they shifted. As Chandiru was moving to a new house on being evicted, she used some of the drugs that were delivered, the Agassi singer blacked out shortly after.
It's then that those around her alerted authorities to investigate Bob's dealings further.
Jackie Chandiru was part of the Blu3 all girl group, Cindy and Lilian Mbabazi are the other two ex-members. Jackie dated city lawyer, Caleb Alaka, a relationship which saw her have a series of fights with the lawyer's wife to the point of composing the Gold Digger song, she then dated a Dutch lover who quickly walked her down the aisle, but it turned out the man had other women.
The other ex-Blu3 gals have equally had their share of drama. Cindy walked out of a 10-year-old relationship after her boo failed to put a ring on it, she immediately displaced Phina Masanyalaze to get exclusive rights to Ken Muyiisa, it did not last either.
On the other hand, Lilian Mbabazi is back on the shelf after things did not work out with the now bald headed singer, Moze Radio, they have two children together.
In spite of the heartbreak that many believe is the cause of her current problems, Jackie can still afford a smile.
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