Winnie Nwagi denies being in a relationship with Ray Supasta

After a recent wrangle between Winnie and Ray Supasta over her past and the nude pictures that she used to exude in Kampala, musician Winnie Nwagi has come out to reveal what actually happened between the two.

The Musawo singer also dismissed rumors that the two could be in an intimate relationship.

Winnie confirmed that there is no relationship between them and that she has never met him. She said that she got to know about him only when he posted about her.

“There is no relationship. I don’t know him as a person. In fact I got to know him after what he posted about me. He went to my original Facebook page and downloaded my pictures and shared them. I don’t know him and he too doesn’t know me. I saw he posted a picture of me and him but I don’t remember him because it was taken at one of my shows where I took pictures with my fans,” the bubbly singer said.




Chris brown denies claims that he caused his daughter asthma by smoking weed

Chris Brown is infuriated after his baby mama, Nia Guzman, claimed he’s a bad influence on their daughter, Royalty. In fact, she believes their daughter has developed asthma as a result of him exposing the toddler to an “extreme amount of secondhand smoke,” according to TMZ. But Chris says that is “absolutely untrue.” And he unleashed on Nia in a lengthy Instagram rant that he has since deleted. See it here!

“Absolutely untrue. I quit cigarettes on New Years. NO ONE smokes around my daughter. This is obviously a play to get some sort of increased income. I take care of my daughter and would never ever put her in a position that will harm her. I’m so sick and tired of negative people trying to use me and slander me. All this annoying bs, everybody knows what they do in these street. My daughter is my pride and joy and I will not be played because my lifestyle is different from the other parties involved. This really has to stop.

My daughter is the youngest in her class and the most advanced. My mother and I have made sure my daughter is constantly learning and being creative as well as her safety. I won’t do the back and forth negative things so I’ll just say god bless whoever is struggling and needs to use me to better their life even though I fulfill my duties as a father,” Chris wrote in a lengthy Instagram rant before deleting it shortly after posting on Jan. 31.

Despite Chris’ statement, Nia told TMZ that when Royalty returns from a visit with him, she usually reeks of smoke. In legal documents, she has expressed her worry that Chris is “abusing drugs and has relapsed.” Nia wants to restrict his visitation with Royalty, asking a judge to force him to hire a full-time nanny or not allow Chris to be around the child. Nia also wants Chris to have to take random drug tests. Furthermore, she’s demanding more child support. At this time, she receives $2,500 a month, but she wants at least $16,000.





Rich gang group member,King Lawrence arrested in South Africa

Details have emerged on how and why irksomely showy South Africa-based Ugandan businessman, Lawrence Senyonjo aka King Lawrence of the Rich Gang group was arrested in South Africa.

ChimpLyf has learnt that King Lawrence was netted when he went to a Johannesburg Police station to answer to sermons over a disguised ‘simple complaint’ apparently raised by a neighbor.

According to our sources in Madiba’s land, the unsuspecting King Lawrence was instead greeted by a host of detectives who made it clear to him that he was a wanted man in relation to fraud.

King Lawrence was immediately locked up at the Police station and interrogated to aid investigations into the matters.

According to the highly placed sources that spoke to ChimpLyf, it is alleged that in July 2015, King Lawrence and 10 others fraudulently participated in a public bidding process under the disguise of a fake company.

After this, it is alleged that King Lawrence and his friends fraudulently obtained public funds equivalent to 4.5 Million Rands (about Shs 1 Billion) later causing the government of South Africa financial loss.

By the time of filing this story, King Lawrence and his co-accused (10 other Ugandans) were still being held by Police as they wait to have their day in court.