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By BigEyeUg Team

Today 27th July, July 2020, songstress Nabawanuka Jazmine aka Lydia Jazmine turns a year older.

At her new age of 29years, the ‘Omalawo’ singer is still tight with her honesty, privacy, loving & caring heart, and most of all fearlessness.

Even before she opens her mouth to unleash her eccentric vocals, you will get it right away that Jazmine is fascinating, adorable and a really a ‘Show stopper’.

Jazmine is one of those people who, at first sight, look plain, are quiet, unassertive, unmemorable even.

But who, when they start to talk and you get to know them, become more and more attractive and impressive, and you see that in fact they are beautiful.

Not conventionally beautiful, not celebrity beautiful, but adorable all through.

The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths, and so is Jazmine.

These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern.

So, beautiful people like her do not just happen.

Marking her new age whole-heartedly, she has paraded seductive photos, rare from her renown album.

Jazmine appears bravely in stunning sexy poses, dressed in a sky-blue bikini and bra concluding her unique gorgeousness among the female celebrities in the country.

Unlike her most recent birthday celebrations, where she paid a visit to the sick at Mulago hospital, Jazmine’s new age is expected to be embraced privately with close family members and friends owing to the COVID-19 pandemic status in the country.

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Bread or Credentials? Gravity Omutujju ditches Jose Chameleone for Erias Lukwago as 2021 draws closer

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Gravity Omutujju ditches Jose Chameleone for Erias Lukwago

A few days ago, Gravity Omutujju was among the musicians that backed singer Jose Chameleon as he unveiled his Manifesto to fellow musicians at his Balintuma Road-based office.

However, the “embuzi zakutudde” has crossed over and backed Jose Chameleone’s competitor Erias Lukwago.

According to Gravity, he will campaign and vote for Erias Lukwago come 2021 simply because he is her mother’s favourite and he, therefore, has an unending love for him.

The rapper went ahead to trash the other people in the race, NRM’s Ragga Dee and NUP’s Ssebagala Latif by saying they don’t have the capabilities.



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First winner in ‘Take on the Pearl of Africa’ campaign flagged off by UTB

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The Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) flagged off Dominic Tugume who emerged out the first lucky winner in the “Take on the Pearl of Africa” digital led domestic tourism campaign to Mbale, Eastern Uganda.

Launched a week ago, the “Take on the Pearl of Africa” domestic tourism campaign witnessed Dominic emerge as first winner on Tuesday. He will be exploring Uganda’s beauty in the Eastern part of the Country throughout this weekend starting Friday till Sunday.

Excited Tugume won his maiden trip after observing all protocol directed to be followed as a rare photo of Sipi Falls -the first tourist attraction was posted on Uganda Tourism Board Social Media platforms following last week’s earlier stated terms and conditions participants were entitled to follow for a chance to win a trip to the Country’s prized tourism sites and attractions while they leverage on the opportunity presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.





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Cmert Keyz demands Fameica and Jazmine ‘Binji’ audio payment

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Backyard records producer, Cmert Keyz has put artists Fik Fameica and Lydia Jazmine on the spot for defaulting to clear payment for their brand new collaboration song titled “Binji”.

According to a phone call interview that was conducted between Spark TV and the producer, he was heard asserting how he demands the pair about Shs 700,000 for audio production.

I demand Fik Fameica and Lydia Jazmine my money for audio production of their new collaboration song “Binji”. The actual amount I demand both artists is between Shs 700,000 and 800,000.

He further explained he gave the artists the song before clearing his payments because they had promised to pay soon, but the promised duration elapsed long ago.

Cmert Keyz added that this wasn’t the first time he was working for Fik Fameica, but also recalled that when he recorded his collabo “Gwe Abisobola” with Byax, his payments delayed and wasn’t cleared all as they had agreed.

Read Also: Fik Fameica and Lydia Jazmine partner in crime on ‘Binji’ visuals





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