Tuesday, October 13 2015
Big Eye's baby mama, Sheila Patience Nadede, has dumped him and gone back to his Zungu lover who is now taking care of all the kids including Big Eye's.
"He's the best daddy in the world, he's the reason I have class, he's the reason am responsible, he's the reason am respected, he's the reason am a good mother, he's the reason am smiling and he's the man behind my success, everyone can go but he promised to love me until death."
"I'm tired of being disrespected enough is enough never forget and disrespect that one person who was there for you before you were nothing.."
Those were the words Sheila used while dumping Big Eye and going back to the arms of her first Mzungu lover with whom they have two children. For the record, Sheila is blessed with three children, her third born is Big Eye's first child. She is expecting Big Eye's set of twins, the reason she has changed her name to include the 'Nalongo' title.
Not long back, Big Eye told of how his life was in danger, he went on to say that should he end up dead, don't say he did not warn you.. This forced Sheila to counter those allegations with these words;
"I will never sacrifice my family for anything we can have ups and downs like any other family but I stay strong, we will stick together many people are fighting to break us but my soul is strong to keep us together."
When the two were madly and deeply in love, he did a song entitled Nadede and in the lyrics, he told of his second and Sheila's fourth child that was on the way, but following this confusion, he has rushed to studio to record his latest song, 'Self Contained' in which he will dwell on all that is happening to him right now.
Big Eye left the Munyonyo home, he is now renting in Buziga, pleas to return home have landed on deaf ears leaving the Zella Events boss with no choice but to light up an old flame.
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