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Shakirah Speaks Out on Rumors of Chewing Daddy Andre’s Cassava & Being Pregnant for His Child

Shakirah - Andre
Shakirah - Andre

The woman who has for the past few days been allover social media for having destroyed Daddy Andre and Nina Roz’s marriage, Shakirah Kamulegeya has finally come out to give her side of the story.

A renown social media blogger Ritah Kaggwa claimed that she had proof which shows that Nina and Andre got together to cover up Daddy Andrew’s hideous character of begging for fellow musicians sumbie in his studios which had got his career shaken.

Ritah Kaggwa added that Nina and Andre bitterly split and that the famous producer had moved on with his new girlfriend identified as Shanitah who is Famous Ugandan gay Deyonce’s friend.

Shakira, while speaking to the media, revealed that she has got no romantic relationship with Singer- Producer Daddy Andre and that she was only linked to him by DJ Mercy for the purpose of recording a song with him.

“I left Uganda three weeks ago. There is no relationship with Andre. I came to record music and because he is one of the professionals out there, DJ Mercy, our mutual friend linked me up with him and I was able to record a song and shoot a video,” she said.

Shakirah wondered where the speculations came from because she has not known Andre for a long time, She said that they only have a song together dubbed “Celeb” which they recently released.

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It should be noted that Nina Roz released her new song ‘Enyonta’ on Tuesday and followed back Andre on Instagram making everything look like a well executed stunt.

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