VIDEO: Andrew Mwenda reacts to rape allegations after singer, Sheebah Karungi, said she was almost raped in her car KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, May 13, 2022

VIDEO: Andrew Mwenda reacts to rape allegations after singer, Sheebah Karungi, said she was almost raped in her car

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it Ugandan songstress, Sheebah Karungi, has cried out after she was almost raped by a top personnel in her car. (Read More Here).

According to her, she says a yet-to-be identified top man invaded her privacy in her car alongside his bodyguards as he tried to rape and finger her. 

She wrote: "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN‼️
I dont care what you think about when you see me on stage or in any of my videos dressed the way i dress up , You better RESPECT MY BODY. Its MINE, I get to do whatever i want to do with It. You DON’T. 
You can watch but you CERTAINLY CAN’T TOUCH."

After her call out video, a few of her fans began to drag Andrew Mwenda as they thought he is one Sheebah is talking about. 

Now, he has taken to his Twitter page to address the issues. He says: “I have never in my life met this Sheeba and had never even heard of her until this video came out and allegations made against me.”

Andrew Mwenda wrote:

"I have talked to the director of CID who has agreed to open a case to find out the person who allegedly raped singer Sheeba Kalungi. Police are going to call her and ask her to reveal the offender. Sheeba is being disingenuous in hiding the true rapist as social media lynch me.

"If Sheeba was either raped or sexually molested or violated in any way, the offender should he apprehended by police, taken to courts of law to face justice. She therefore has a duty to reveal this offender to the authorities so that justice can be served."

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