Skip to main content
Sponsored Link

That moment when Navio social distanced from Winnie Nwagi

By Michael Nampala 07 Aug 2020 02:40 PM EAT

Winnie Nwagi has been forced to share a longer clip of her dancing with Navio as opposed to the one that was doing rounds on social media.

In the 30 sec clip that has Nwagi clad in her Animal print short dress that she donned in the 'Science' video with King Saha while Navio is clad in his African wear shirt as the two danced the moment away.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel

Navio and Winnie Nwagi on their dance that disturbed the Twitter streets

Navio and Winnie Nwagi on their dance that disturbed the Twitter streets

Sponsored Links

It was all good until the Matala singer started doing her usual dances before Navio realized that he had to social distance.

"He is not interested. I think it's evident. And what are you trying to prove to us. He ignored you. Just accept the truth. Go find someone like Chozen Blood who is interested," One wrote.

"Because any time from now Navio is not interested in those things," Comedian Publicity Natete's fan added.

The clip has for the last several hours been trending on Twitter with many bashing Winnie Nwagi on how she was turned down by Navio, but the Njogereza star came out to say that they were only taking pics and having a nice time together and it is not true that he turned her away.


"Me and Winnie Nwagi are very good friends. We were at a private party and people wanted to take photos, so we posed for pics for about 4 minutes." 

"The clip that is making the rounds was just like the last 10 seconds after we had danced enough and taken pics, so it is not true that she came to dance with me and I moved away."


Uganda Online Entertainment News

Uganda Online Email    Copyright © 2023 UgandaOnline.Net- All rights reserved.

Privacy PolicyDisclaimer 

We use own and third-party cookies to generate statistics on the use of the website in order to identify errors and improve the content and configuration of the website. We also use our own and third-party cookies to remember certain options you have chosen (language, for example) and to show you advertising related to your preferences, based on a profile drawn up from your browsing habits (for example, from the web pages you have visited).