Sunday, June 05 2016
Sheebah Karungi has two people on her mind right now, Muhammad Ali who passed away on Jun 3, 2016 aged 74 and her Manager, Jeff Kiwa, who is under police custody on allegations of child sacrifice.
The Wantama singer shared a pic of Jeff Kiwa donning a white Muhammad Ali cap and T-shirt which she captioned with a Muhammad Ali quote; "If you dream of beating me, you had better wake up and apologize."
That line resonates with Sheebah's music career at the moment, it's an open statement to any female artist out there who is thinking of displacing her as the Best Female Artist as backed up by the very many awards.
Following Jeff Kiwa's troubles, music pundits say Sheebah is headed for a decline with her music, but the Nkwatako singer wraps it up in the above Muhammad Ali quote.
Muhammad Ali lost five fights in his entire boxing career. It's no wonder he was called the greatest because even when he had a rematch of the lost fights, he still claimed victory except with one, Larry Holmes. Sheebah is now telling all those who care to know that she is still right in the honeymoon of her music.
She also equates her Manager, Jeff Kiwa to Muhammad Ali, he will come out of the current problems a victor.
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