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Karitas Kario finally breaks silence on purported bonking with NUP president Bobi Wine

Karitas Kario finally breaks silence on secretly feeding her sumbie to Bobi Wine behind Barbie's back

Late last year, social media was awash with allegations that singer Karitas Kario is sharing a bed with National Unity Platform – NUP boss Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine behind wife Barbie Itungo Kyagulanyi’s back.

The allegation was started by controversial local blogger Isma Ollaxess. In a video on his social pages, he claimed that Karitas feeds her sumbie to the singer turned politician while on his visit to European countries, especially in the United States.

Isma alleged that the reason why Bobi Wine always leaves his wife Barbie Kyagulanyi in Uganda and flies abroad alone is to have a special time with the female diva.

However days after, Isma came out and nailed himself in the feat trashing his own word. Isma said that he was given the romour by a friend but later realised that it was fake reports. He apologised for saying the wrong information about Karitas and Bobi Wine.

As the allegation was going viral, Bobi Wine and Karitas went AWOL.

However, during an interview with a local television on Monday evening, Karitas Kario finally opened up about the reports revealing she is not bonking with the Ghetto Gladiator as per the claims.

She revealed that she is just a NUP supporter and she trusts their struggle.

“Am an entertainer, am always paid to be where i was. I believe in NU,  i believe in their cause..  So, that so-called Isma can say whatever he wants. I respect Bobi Wine and his family and i respect my family too. 

“I don’t have anything related to a love relationship with Bobi Wine. I didn’t and i don’t do anything wrong so i won’t stop doing what am supposed to do,” Karitas said in an interview.

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