Tanzania: Vanessa Mdee in Trouble for Kissing Hunk Boyfriend Juma Jux On Stage

Vanessa and her bae Juma Jux recently kissed passionately during a recent tour performance.

Tanzanian songbird girlfriend Vanessa Mdee and his musician boyfriend Juma Jux are in hot soup after recently kissing on stage.

The lovebirds got back together early this year after breaking up for six month. At some point during the breakup, Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe had made advances at Juma Jux by sliding in his DM.

Vanessa and Jux recently embarked on their 'In Love and Money Tour' across Tanzania and have been filling venues to the brim.

While on tour, the couple decided to spice things up on stage and President John Magufuli government's is not impressed.

While on stage performing, Jux and Vanessa knelt down and kissed passionately as the crowd gave a deafening cheer.

The couple then posted a picture of the kiss on social media, breaching strict regulations passed by the government that banned posting of cozy photos online.

While majority of fans gave positive comments on social media, Tanzania Communication Regulatory (Basata) went hard on them.

According to Basata's Chief Executive Godfry Mngereza, the picture was provocative and hence they will not turn a blind eye.

"Sasa huyu Jux and Vanessa hata kama ni wapenzi hawakutakiwa kufanya hayo waliyoonyesha jukwani kwani kama ni mahaba mnatakiwa muonyeshane mkiwa faragha na siyo hadharani. Kama walivyofanya, tunawafanyia kazi ili kukomesha tabia hizo" tough talking Mngereza said.

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