26 November 2012

Uganda: He Was in Bed With a Woman

Sharon Paech Nalwoga was one of the top 10 contestants in the Tusker project fame , 2012. She is an upcoming singer and soon graduating from Tiner International Beauty School in cosmetology. She told Vicky Wandawa about her love life.

Are you in a relationship?

I am giving relationships a break. My previous relationship did not work out.

What happened?

About a year ago, I caught my boyfriend with another girl. It was a Sunday after church. I thought I would surprise him by going to his house without calling, instead I was shocked.

I looked through his window, and there he was with another girl in his bed! I went away in tears, but my friend asked me to go back and confront him and confirm that what I saw was real. I went back and knocked at the door and he came out half naked. He was shocked to see me and could not let me in. He quickly waved me off and promised to call me later. However, I told him it was over.

Did you go for HIV testing and counselling there after?

No, I am not that kind of girl who sleeps around with a man just because we are dating.

So, are you still a virgin?

I will not answer that. Well, may be yes, may be no.

When do you plan to date again?

For now, I am concentrating on my music, no guys.

What attracts you when you look at a guy?

Lips and eyes do it for me.

What compliments do you usually get?

I have a shapely butt and beautiful eyes.

Are you attractive?

Yes, I am beautiful, intelligent and God-fearing.

If you were to change anything about yourself, what would it be?

Nothing and that is because I was beautifully created. Whenever God looks down at me, He smiles at His good works.

Fact box

Songs: Ndinaawe and Nakupenda Mummy

Birthdate: March 23

Hobbies: Singing, hanging out

Place of birth: Kampala

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