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Rich Gang End of Year Party Cancelled

In October, the remaining members of the showy self-styled Rich Gang crew King Lawrence, Ed Cheune and Prince MJ announced how they were throwing the mother of all parties in Kampala at the end of the year to celebrate their fallen ‘brother’ Ivan Semwanga’s legacy. The much anticipated event was

The Shongas Marriage Crumbling: Couple in Nasty Fight over Herbert’s Side Dish

You Are a Stupid Womanizer. I Made You What You Are Today-Dorothy Blasts Herbert for Cheating on Her Things seem to be falling apart between celebrity socialite couple of Herbert and Dorothy Shonga also known as The Shongas. The two are reported have had a nasty fight over Herbert’s side dish

Capital FM’s Marcus Kwikiriza Ends Radio Career

There is a tense mood at Kisementi based Capital FM after it emerged that one of the radio station’s best presenters Marcus Kwikiriza has drawn the curtains on his radio career. The celebrated media personality today (Tuesday 5th December 2017), through his official Facebook account announced to his fans and

Singer Maro Cursing Thieves after Losing Car

Local singer Maro real name Ronald Maganda might have to begin his journey back home in Busoga for Christmas a little bit earlier considering he will be footing there. This comes after the ‘Kamboyine’ hit maker lost his treasured vehicle to yet to be identified thieves over the weekend. Reports

Pallaso, Wife Fall Out

All is not well with singer Pallaso real name Pius Mayanja. Fresh info reaching Telesqop desk indicates that the former Team No Sleep (TNS) singer and his American wife Nichole Hayman are going through a rough patch in their romance. According to a source close to the ‘Twatoba’ singer fell out

Straka Turns Food Vendor

Ever since WBS television was sold off to Zimbabwean tycoon Strive Masiyiwa, former employee Stroke alias Pamela Atim has found it hard to get back on her feet. After taking over, Masiyiwa turned the Naguru Hill based station into Kwese Sports, a continental sports TV. Before its closure, Straka was