Friday June 29, 2018
By Aiden Graw
Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz’ baby mama and currently dating rumored girl, Hamisa Mobetto has decided to join singing and she has now released her very first song called “Madam Hero” and the video is dropping soon.
Being a fashion designer, a video vixen and now a singer, the mother of two has released her first song which she says is a reflection of her own life experience. Mobeto adds that she has recorded several songs under her foundation which advocates for women’s rights.
“I have been through a lot kusema kweli !!! …. lakin pia sina wa Kumlaumu wala haja ya kulalamika kwasababu kila mtu ana opinion yake kwenye situation yangu na hakuna anaeujua ukweli zaid ya mie Muhusika mwenyewe……But naamini katika kuipa tabasamu , jamii inayonizunguka , wamama wanaonizunguka na wadada wanaonizunguka !! Sikupanga Njia yangu iwee hii but Naona mwenyezi Mungu anasababu zake !!! I hope mtaupokea wimbo wangu huu wa Madam Hero ambao ni moja ya Nyimbo za Kwenye Foundition yangu ya @themobettofoundation kama Nguvu ya kupambana , kutokukata tamaa na kuangalia mbele kwa kila mwanamke aliyechaguliwa kupitia barabara kama yangu ,” wrote Hamisa Mobetto.
DRAKE CONFIRMS HE IS A FATHER TO SCORPION
For his fifth studio album, Scorpion, DRAKE the Grammy-winning rapper used his rhymes to confirm long-running rumors that he is indeed a father.
Rumors surrounding the star’s secret baby popped up a year ago when Sophie Brussaux came forward claiming she had text messages to prove Drake fathered her son and she had lawyered up for a paternity test.
“If it is Drake’s child, which he doesn’t believe it is, then he would do the right thing by the child,” Drake’s rep told E! News in response to the rumors, claiming that Brussaux had been involved with another rapper at the time.
The speculation gained newfound fuel when Pusha T dropped diss track “The Story of Adidon” at the end of May, on which he called out the rapper and accused him of “hiding” the child.
“Since you name-dropped my fiancée, let ’em know who you chose as your Beyoncé/Sophie knows better, ask your baby mother/Cleaned her up for IG, but the stench is on her/A baby’s involved, it’s deeper than rap/We talkin’ character, let me keep with the facts/You are hiding a child, let that boy come home/Deadbeat mothaf–ka playin’ border patrol, ooh/Adonis is your son and he deserves more than an Adidas press run, that’s real/Love that baby, respect that girl/Forget she’s a porn star, let her be your world,” Pusha T rapped.
A month later, Drake has spoken with help from a few tracks on his album—all of which confirm he has a son and shed light on his newfound fatherhood.
While reflecting on social media’s effect on society and rapping about his concerns for people’s priorities on the track, “Emotionless,” Drake referred to his boy and addressed claims that he was keeping the kid hidden.
“I wasn’t hidin’ my kid from the world/I was hidin’ the world from my kid/From empty souls who just wake up and look to debate/Until you starin’ at your seed, you can never relate.”
On “8 Out of 10,” the star references his son while calling himself a “good guy.”
“Never a matter of “could I?’ or ‘should I?’/Kiss my son on the forehead then kiss your ass goodbye/As luck would have it I’ve settled into my role as the good guy/I guess luck is on your side.”
In the track “Final Fantasy,” in which he raps about getting hot and heavy with a woman, there’s a notable interlude:
“Did somebody—who’d they say that baby look like? Drake!” The line gives the impression that the relationship he had with the unnamed woman produced his son.
DSTV UGANDA INTRODUCES LIVE TV OPTION ON MOBILE
The Pay TV scene in Uganda is undergoing a revolution with the incorporation of the ability of subscribers to enjoy their favorite programmes on the go. This is due to the proliferation of smart phones in the market and reducing costs of internet data.
Multichoice through their flagship brand, DStv Uganda launched DStv Now, a service offering not just movies and catch up content but live TV too. The product which has been on the market for more than two years now has two services Live TV and Catch Up.
Ms. Tina Wamala, the Public Relations Officer MultiChoice Uganda says DStv Now is a special service that can be enjoyed by all DStv Subscribers and it is a value added service as long as one has the DStv app downloaded on their phone.
“As we progress in the World Cup season, our subscribers can watch the matches on their smart phones by simply downloading the app. DStv Now allows up to 4 devices using the subscribers connect ID and is available on the web, on Android and iOS devices especially smartphones and tablets,” she said.
To get the app, subscribers just need to download the app from the Google play or Apple App Store, launch the app and login to your DStv account with your connect ID, link your smartcard to your DStv Now account and then start watching.
The move was influenced by the growth in internet usage among Ugandans who majorly access data from the telecom companies. There are currently seven telecom companies in Uganda which are majorly offering both voice and data services.
According to the statistics from Uganda Communications Commission, the telecom sector in Uganda has registered growth in the 3 rd quarter of 2017 registering a 10 per cent increase in internet users who rose from 15m in 2016 to 17m in 2017. The estimated mobile internet subscribers increased to 14.8 million up from 13.3 million people in 2016. Prepaid Internet subscribers increased by 3 per cent registering growth from 23m recorded in 2016 to 24.2 per cent in last quarter of 2017. The internet penetration per 100 persons also increased by 6 per cent recording 48.2 per cent in 2017 up from 45 per cent recorded in 2016.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website